Mr. Anthony Guess-Johnson assists CSFI in regards to fostering and promoting collaboration of cyberspace topics among interested parties. He has operational experience from serving over twenty years in the United States Marine Corps to include: two deployments to Iraq, two deployments to Afghanistan, one deployment to the Mediterranean Sea, and six tours in Okinawa Japan. Serving the Marine Corps Reserve forces, he assists the Marine Corps with personnel training and support to exercises. In his professional capacity, he assists the John’s Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory with project support and development. In assisting CSFI Mr. Guess-Johnson has taken feedback and lessons learned from CSFI collaboration forums and applied them to contemporary challenges. He has presented to multiple institutions and conferences addressing challenges within cyberspace operations, the importance of collaboration among interested parties, and recommended approaches to challenges. Mr. Guess-Johnson also assists with the review of the CSFI training curriculum, course structure, teaching CSFI courses, and the design of collaboration forums.