Dr. Robert "Lee" Harris is the Senior Antiterrorism Analyst (contractor) for the Department of Defense's Identity Matching Engine for Security and Analysis (IMESA) Program. He provides anti-terrorism, law enforcement, force protection, and counterintelligence support to the Under Secretary of Defense (Intelligence & Security). In addition, Dr. Harris is an adjunct professor at Liberty University, where he performs duties as a dissertation chair for doctoral candidates and teaches graduate courses in public policy administration, criminal justice, and national security. He has a Ph.D. in Public Policy Administration with a concentration in Homeland Security from Walden University, M.S. in Homeland Security from American Military University, and a B.S. in Legal Studies also from American Military University. Dr. Harris also has the following certifications from the Anti-Terrorism Accreditation Board: Certified Master Anti-Terrorism Specialist, Physical Security Manager, and Crime Scene Investigator. Dr. Harris served in the Army for 22 years as an enlisted military policeman until his retirement (February 2011). He has been married to the former Michelle Henderson for 32 years, and they have two adult sons Aaron and Averie, who work as cyber security specialists.