David A. Glancy, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor (Contractor, Booz Allen Hamilton)
Department of War and Conflict Studies
• Ph.D., Fletcher School, Tufts University
• M.A., Fletcher School, Tufts University
• M.B.A., Booth School of Business, University of Chicago
• B.A., University of Michigan, Dearborn
• Policy planning and interagency coordination for stability operations
• Alliance and coalition issues related to crisis management
• Intersection of international economic issues and national security
David A. Glancy has been a guest lecturer at the Naval War College, the Army War College and U.S. Central Command.
Prior to joining CISA, Glancy provided advice to a variety of government clients for Booz Allen Hamilton. Before moving to consulting, Glancy held positions at both the State Department and Defense Department. At the State Department, he served as a Senior Advisor for Political-Military Affairs and was responsible for handling a number of high-profile issues (coalition political-military efforts in Iraq, issues related to our global military posture, piracy off the coast of Somalia). At the Defense Department, Glancy was a policy analyst and advisor with the Office of the Secretary of Defense where he served as the Director of the Global War on Terrorism Communications Group and worked as a special assistant with the Eurasia policy office. At the Fletcher School, Glancy examined the differences between Cold War and post-Cold War crises.