Scott Mann is a retired Army Green Beret Lieutenant Colonel. He spent nearly 23 years in the U.S. Army. 18 of those years were spent serving our country in Special Forces. He is widely regarded as an expert on the Middle East and even developed a methodology called “village stability operations,” to bring stability to the region. The methodology has been so successful that it has been praised by Sen. John McCain and Gen. David Petraeus who both called it a “game changer.” To add to his expertise Mann has trained senior advisors for the Department of Defense and is a highly sought after advisor to global leaders in both security and law enforcement.
Mann is currently the Founder and CEO of the Stability Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to brokering knowledge and connecting stability professionals on complex issues around the globe.
Shortly after the Nice, France terror attack Mann appeared on several radio programs to explain an aspect of the terror attacks that he believes many Westerners overlook. He reminds us that these are not isolated incidents but are a part of a much larger and intertwined movement led by ISIS. He urges Americans and leaders to acknowledge that they are all interconnected. In order to defeat ISIS and terror we must first realize the problem for what it is. A large, sweeping movement that should not be dissected and examined individually.