Colonel Greg Schultz
joined the NWC faculty in 2010 from the Army Staff where he was the Director of the Executive Strategy Group in the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army. He is a 1984 graduate of Texas Tech University where he earned a BBA in management and was commissioned as a field artillery officer. He has served in a variety command and staff positions in locations around the world to include tours in Germany, Korea, Bosnia, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq. Combat experience includes battery command during Operation DESERT SHIELD/DESERT STORM and battalion command during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. Peacekeeping experience includes serving as Chief of Information Operations and Fire Support Coordinator for Multinational Division-North in Bosnia. Other key staff assignments include service as a planner in the Joint Staff's Directorate of Strategic Plans and Policy (J-5) and as a senior staff officer responsible for Fires and Effects Coordination for the U.S. III Corps. Colonel Schultz is a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff Officer Course, the School of Advance Military Studies where he received a Master of Military Art and Science, and the US Army War College where he received a Master of Strategic Studies. Additionally, he has earned a Master's in Human Resource Development from Boston University and a Master of Science in Organizational Psychology from Cameron University.