Maj Gen Brian T. Bishop, USAF, Ret.
General Bishop delivers high-performance, strategic executive leadership experience, focused around aerospace, operations and risk management. As part of the Air Force Team, he specializes in helping clients focused on international civil aviation, unmanned aerial systems (UAS), operational planning and humanitarian assistance/disaster relief. He also delivers expertise into interagency and governmental processes, as well as international business, with a focus on the Western hemisphere.
With more than 30 years of military experience and 20 years of senior executive experience, General Bishop has experience leading teams and organizations of 10 to 30,000 people. His military service included senior leadership experience in Korea, Iraq and with United Nations Command. He also delivers military-government process expertise from roles as the Deputy Director of Politico-Military Affairs (Western Hemisphere) for the Joint Chiefs of Staff and as Deputy Director, Legislative Liaison, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force.
General Bishop works with clients to effectively and efficiently resolve demanding strategic, operational and organizational issues, as well as to identify, pursue and win new business opportunities in the Air Force and aerospace business sectors.
- Commander, Spaatz Center for Officer Education and Commandant, Air War College (2013-2015)
- Deputy Chief of Staff, United Nations Command and United States Forces Korea (2011-2013)
- Deputy Director, Politico-Military Affairs (Western Hemisphere), Joint Chiefs of Staff (2009-2011)
- Commander, 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing (2008-2009)
- Deputy Director, Legislative Liaison, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force (2006-2007)
- M.B.A., Oklahoma City University
- B.S., Aeronautical Engineering, U.S. Air Force Academy
- Executive leadership training, including: The Executive Course, Aspen Institute; Enterprise Leadership Seminar, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School; Leadership Development Program, Center for Creative Leadership; Senior Executive Fellowship, Harvard JFK School of Government; Seminar XX!, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century, University of Tennessee