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Michelle Dresbold is a nationally recognized handwriting expert, author, speaker, and artist. For the past twenty years, Michelle has drawn on her skills to engage live and televised audiences, provide legal assistance in hundreds of trials, and fascinate readers of her syndicated columns and nationally published book, Sex, Lies, and Handwriting. As the only civilian graduate of the United States Secret Service’s Advanced Document Examination Program, Michelle provides expert services to prosecutors, private attorneys, and police departments throughout the United States. She has been consulted in cases ranging from embezzlement, fraud, and forgery to arson, stalking, and murder. Her testimony has been cited as a key factor in many of these trials, solidifying her reputation as one of the top handwriting analysis experts in the nation. Michelle is a professional speaker who enjoys sharing her expertise with organizations, corporate groups, and televised audiences. She has appeared on the Today Show, CBS Early Show, The O’Reilly Factor, Discovery Channel, and History Channel’s MysteryQuest. Her presentations are easily customized to fit the needs of any group and include interactive exercises designed to provide a hands-on experience for the entire audience. Michelle is the author of Sex, Lies, and Handwriting, an insightful exploration of the ways that even the smallest detail of someone’s handwriting can tell you about who they are, how they think, and reveal their hidden secrets. Sex, Lies, and Handwriting explores the handwriting of sly politicians, convicted criminals, suspected cheats, notorious killers, and everyday writers who have reached out to “The Sherlock Holmes of Handwriting” for help.

Michelle's links

Web: http://michelledresbold.com

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LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelle-dresbold-b9690a17/

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Mark McClish was a federal law enforcement officer for 26 years. He started his law enforcement career in 1983 with the U.S. Secret Service Uniformed Division. During the two years he was with the Secret Service he was assigned to the White House. His main duties were protecting the White House complex. He would also on occasion provide protection for President Reagan when the President traveled.

In 1985, he was hired by the U.S. Marshals Service and served as a Deputy U.S. Marshal in Springfield, IL. This change allowed him to focus more on investigations and less on protection. He worked numerous federal fugitive cases and assisted local law enforcement in apprehending state fugitives. He also worked on a "Warrant Apprehension Narcotic's Team" which was a national drug task force.

Mark McClish

In 1990, Mark was promoted to the position of Inspector/Instructor at the U.S. Marshals Service Training Academy located at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, GA. He taught at the Training Academy for nine years serving as the lead instructor on interviewing techniques. He used this time to study deceptive statements and conduct research on deception. Based on his findings, he created the Statement Analysis techniques for detecting deception in a verbal and written statement. While assigned to the Training Academy Mark was also the lead defensive tactics instructor for the Marshals Service.

Mark left the Training Academy in 1999 and took a position as a Supervisory Deputy U.S. Marshal in Greenville, NC. He supervised four offices located in Eastern NC. He also spoke at law enforcement conferences and conducted Statement Analysis seminars on behalf of the Marshals Service.

Mark retired from the Marshals Service in 2009 and started Advanced Interviewing Concepts. His company provides interviewing skills training and assists investigators in analyzing statements. Mark currently gives presentations and seminars on Statement Analysis throughout the U.S. He has spoken at numerous conferences and has trained a variety of law enforcement agencies and military organizations. He is the author of the books I Know You Are Lying and Don't Be Deceived. He also developed the Statement Analyzer which is software that will analyze a statement for deception.

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Cindy L. Otis is a former CIA officer and an expert on disinformation threat analysis and countermessaging. She is also a Senior non-Resident Fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab and an Associate at Argonne National Lab. Prior to joining the private sector in 2017, she served in the CIA as a military analyst, intelligence briefer, and a manager in the Directorate of Intelligence. While at the CIA, she specialized in security issues in Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa.  She is the author of the newly released True or False: A CIA Analyst’s Guide to Identifying and Fighting Fake News out now with Macmillan.

She is a frequent media commentator work and writes regularly on disinformation and national security issues. Her written work has appeared in places like USA Today, CNN, The Daily Beast, Barron’s, Teen Vogue, Just Security, and the New York Times. She is also a member of USA Today’s Board of Contributors.

As a wheelchair user and passionate advocate of disability rights, she has also worked as a consultant to major disability rights organizations.

She was born on the West Coast and raised on the East Coast, so Cindy is happiest when near a large body of water. She spends more time than she would like maintaining the tenuous peace that exists between her dogs and cats.

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/CindyOtis_

 

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From 2000 - 2004, Tracy Walder worked as Staff Operations Officer (SOO) Intelligence Agency's Counterterrorism Center Weapons of Mass Destruction Group and a Special Agent at the FBI. During her time at the CIA, Tracy traveled to war zones and many other countries. Tracy received many awards for her service from both the CIA and from foreign intelligence offices, to include the counterterrorism medal and multiple exceptional performance awards. After the CIA, Tracy became a Special Agent at the FBI's Los Angeles Field Office specializing in Chinese counterintelligence operations. Tracy is the author of "The Unexpected Spy."

 

Tracy's links

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/tracy_walder

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