Scott Moreland - Institute for Security Governance
Faculty, Peace & Security Division
Mr. Scott Moreland serves as the lead for the Civil-Military Emergency Management (EM) functional area in the Peace and Security(P&S) Division at the Institute for Security Governance (ISG). In this role, Mr. Moreland leads ISG activities related to whole-of-government disaster preparedness, national resilience, and civil defense; conducts research and writing; and serves as lecturer and facilitator for a range of mobile education programs throughout the world. He also facilitates exchanges and provides inputs to inform NATO strategy and policy development for NATO's Resilience and Countering Hybrid Threats efforts.
Prior to his current assignment at ISG, Mr. Moreland led the Security Cooperation Exercises program for the Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR). In this function, he and his team facilitated bilateral and regional peacekeeping and disaster management exercises throughout the Asia-Pacific and guided US support to the Swedish-led VIKING multinational peacekeeping exercise for several years.
Mr. Moreland also served as an Army officer in both the Active and Reserve components. He retired from the Army Reserves in 2011. His last military deployment was as a civil-military operations team leader in the Multinational Division, Center-South in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Mr. Moreland earned an MA in International Peace and Conflict Resolution at American Military University. He has published several book chapters, journal articles, and white papers on multidimensional peacekeeping, the comprehensive approach, security in the global commons, and hybrid conflict. He is conversant in Spanish.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Security & Defense Planning
- Interagency Coordination
- Emergency Preparedness
- Civil-Military Relations
- Humanitarian Assistance & Disaster Response