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Michel Hess directs ETH Zurich’s executive Master of Advanced Studies in Security Policy and Crisis Management (MAS ETH SPCM). He is also an advisor to the Risk Management journal, the European Defense Agency Armaments Cooperation and to the Civil Council on Defense and Security of the Republic of Georgia. Michel Hess is a member of the PfP Consortium Counterterrorism Working Group.
He holds five undergraduate and graduate degrees from The Florida State University, the University of Virginia, the University of Delaware, and the University of Geneva. His professional training in homeland security, corporate security and strategy is from Tel Aviv University, ASIS International, the Conference Board, the National Defense University, and Brookings Executive Education.
Michel Hess has conducted security-related capacity-building and training for two decades in 50 countries involving over 3,000 professionals. He has worked in support of all echelons of security sector services in Eurasia and in the Middle East. His experience includes positions as a senior civil servant, management board member, academic director, research fellow, and senior advisor in civilian, military and corporate environments. He has served as a guest lecturer at the Sino-Swiss Management Program, George C. Marshall Center, NATO Defense College, Geneva Center for Security Policy, New School for Social Research, Livermore Laboratory and at numerous military, defense and diplomatic academies and corporate universities. Michel Hess has held keynotes and chaired expert panels in over 100 high-level meetings.
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