*Decker PhD, Fred
Dr. Decker is Emeritus Faculty in the Atmospheric Sciences Department at Oregon State University and retired Deputy Assistant US Secretary of Education for Research & Development.
David is a Forensic and professional Accountant with certifications in financial services auditing, government financial management, fraud examination, internal auditing, and public accounting.
Along with his masters degrees in finance, accounting, and business administration, David’s 18 years experience with the US General Accounting Office (GAO), 9 years auditing federal financial institution regulators, and 3 years auditing the IRS, David is well versed in all aspects of financial maneuvering and manipulation.
Mr. Diersen is also a member of the National Association of Securities Dealers Regulation, Inc. Board of Arbitrators and has been listed in Who’s Who in the Midwest since 1988.
For further info: www.diersenconsulting.com
*Edelman Ph.D., Steven
Steven is a school psychologist in the North Carolina school system as well as well as a psychologist in private practice and.
He has also conducted extensive research into the use of Ritalin and other psychostimulans and some of their destructive results.
*Ellsaesser Ph.D., Hugh
Dr. Ellsaesser received his Masters in Meteorology from UCLA in 1947 and his Ph.D. in Meteorology from the University of Chicago in 1964.
He served for 20 years as a USAF Weather Officer followed by service at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) ending in a position of Senior Scientist. After 34 years at the LLNL, Dr. Ellsaesser is now a Participating Guest Scientist.
His participation in numerous publications include editing Global 2000 Revisited: Mankind's Impact on Spaceship Earth, and contributing three article to Dr. Lehr’s McGraw Handbook of Environmental Science, Health and Chronology, 2001.
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