Dr. Todd McAllister joined the faculty of the Eisenhower School as an Associate Professor of Logistics in July 2015, and currently teaches Defense Strategy and Resourcing. Dr. McAllister is a career Marine Corps logistician, with over 24 years of experience across the entire logistics enterprise. While on active duty, he served in numerous assignments at the tactical, operation, and strategic level to include being published in peer reviewed journals and being selected to present research findings at international supply chain management and logistics conferences.Todd earned his Doctorate in Consumer Science with and emphasis in Supply Chain Management from Florida State University. Additionally, he graduated from Webster University (MA, Management), Western Washington University, (BA, Industrial/Organizational Psychology) as well as earning military and executive credentials from Harvard Business School, Defense Acquisition University, and Marine Corps University. Major accomplishments include coordinating the first Marine Leaders of Africa Conference, publishing the first Marine Corps Logistics Advocacy User’s Handbook, developing the logistics curriculum for the Kofi Anan International Peacekeeping Training Center, and creating the first Programs & Resources Appropriations Desk reference for senior leaders. Functional Expertise: Humanitarian Logistics – Logistics Advocacy-Supply Chain Management Technologies–eCommerce-Statistics-Acquisition Management-Contracting – Performance Based Logistics - Customer Relationship Management-Process Reform-Continuous Improvement-Strategic Planning.