National Security Strategy
Jim Laatsch is a National Security professional helping marry macro-eyes’ innovative solutions and thinkers with persistent problem areas across the US, and allied nations National Security workspace.
With over two decades’ experience spanning the tactical to the strategic level, Jim’s work prototyping, testing, and implementing cutting-edge technology on behalf of the US Government has taken him across six continents ranging from the fringes of the Arctic Circle to the South Pole and a myriad of places in between.
His experience collaboratively developing – and implementing – novel technical solutions was burnished at DARPA, Multi-National Corps – Iraq, US Forces – Afghanistan, the Army Engineer Research and Development Center, as a liaison to the US TENTH Fleet, and a host of other Government agencies.
Jim holds a Bachelor’s from Dartmouth College in Earth Sciences and a Master’s in Marine Geology and Geophysics from Columbia University.