William “Skip” Miner is a politico-military expert and retired U.S. Navy Commander.  He served in the Navy from 1967 to 1988. This included advising the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs and providing strategic planning to the staff of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Since 1988, Skip has worked as a private-sector policy consultant to foreign governments, corporations, and other institutions, with a focus on support for U.S. – Egypt strategic relations.

Skip earned a Master’s degree in National Security Affairs from the Naval Postgraduate School and a Graduate Certificate in Theological Studies from the Washington Theological Union.  He continues to maintain close personal contact with his colleagues and friends in the U.S. and Egyptian governments.