Frank Trapp, Ph.D.

Chief Editor, Curriculum Author, Certified Executive Instructor

The training that we provide is based upon the highest standards and has been vetted through our experts in the government.

– Frank Trapp, Ph.D.

For three decades Dr. Frank Trapp has served as a sought after subject matter expert on conflict theory, emergency management, security, terrorism, and weapons of mass destruction. He was recruited to teach at the John. F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School at Fort Bragg, N.C., teaching specialized graduate courses to the United States Army’s elite special operations personnel, including Civil Affairs, US Special Forces, Psychological Operations and others. He was selected by the Defense Intelligence Agency to conduct a series of national security studies, including an evaluation of emergency management programs in 14 foreign countries. Dr. Trapp worked in U.S. embassy security and was stationed at the U.S. Embassies in Kabul, Afghanistan, and London, England. He was recruited as a lecturer on the Theory of War and Conflict at the National Defense University. Internationally, Dr Trapp has lectured in China, Japan, and Korea on conflict studies, international organizations, and public management.

In the academic world, Dr. Trapp has served as a Department Chair, Director of the Office of Grants, Special Assistant to the President, and a University Vice President. Today, he is a tenured Professor at Methodist University where he lectures, publishes, and continues his classified research for the Defense Intelligence Agency upon request. Dr. Trapp serves as a lecturer on Weapons of Mass Destruction for the American Military University. Dr. Trapp was recently selected by School Specialty, Inc, (who currently supply educational materials to over 70% of America’s Schools) to coordinate the research, development and delivery of the Guardian training curriculum. He is working with a team of subject matter experts who share his interests on emergency management planning, safe work environments, and school safety. His current research interests include emergency management, safe school training, and weapons of mass destruction.