Kelley Joel Williams, M.S.
Kelley Williams is the Associate Director of the Wright State University CBRN Defense graduate certificate program. He is a full-spectrum CBRN/WMD expert with a wealth of experience in tactical incident response and graduate academic research. Kelley is a career military officer and Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran. He served with the US Army Nuclear Disablement Teams and in various assignments with the National Guard WMD Civil Support Teams. He is a PhD candidate at Capella University conducting advanced research in emergency management. He holds Master of Science degrees from the Air Force Institute of Technology (Combating WMD), Wright State University (Microbiology & Immunology), and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Management & Integrated Logistics). He graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering and was member of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets.
- James, L. C., & Oroszi, T. L. (Eds.). (2016). Weapons of mass psychological destruction and the people who use them. Praeger.
- Lukey, B. J., Romano, J. A., & Salem, H. (Eds.). (2019). Chemical warfare agents: Biomedical and psychological effects, medical countermeasures, and emergency response (Third). CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.
- Miller, M., Oroszi, T., Romine, W., & Williams, K. (2019, August). Ignorance is the parent of fear: Utilising social media in response. CBRNe World, 19–22.
- Williams, K., & Schmitt, S. (2020). Response to agroterrorism by foreign animal disease. In A. Mauroni & R. A. Norton (Eds.), National defense assessment, strategies, and capabilities (pp. 43–56). Air University Press.