Missouri Ambassador - Photo Unavailable
Jan. 16, 2019
ARA Missouri (Photo by Laurel Devine)
Name: Brett R. Cox
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Position: Senior Cybersecurity Specialist, The Boeing Company.
Civilian Education: Bachelor of Science, Information Technology, Western Governors University, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE).
Organizations/Clubs/Philanthropies: Association of the United States Army (President, St. Louis Gateway Chapter), Veterans Administration Gateway Community Veterans Engagement Board (Board Member), Operation Civilian Support/Operation Center Mass/Warrior Transition Network (Advisory Board), Eureka, MO Community Emergency Response Team (Leadership Team), Eureka Fire Department Search & Rescue Team (Ground Team Member), Fontbonne University (Council of Regents), 101st Airborne Association (Life Member), Psychological Operations Veterans Association (Life Member), PSYOP Regimental Association (Member), Old Crows (Member), Sons of the American Revolution (Member).
Military Service, Date of Rank, Service: Dec 1988 – Dec 1996, 27 APR 1990, U.S. Army Reserve, 37F, 18th PSYOP CO (TAC)(DS).
Name of Spouse and Children: Wife- Melinda, Children- Victoria, Allison.
Army Reserve Ambassador Brett R. Cox is a Veteran of the United States Army Reserve and served as a Senior PSYOP Specialist in the 18th Psychological Operations Company of the 10th PSYOP Battalion. After actively supporting deployment of Desert Shield/Desert Storm team members and operations during the war, Brett was the youngest member in the history of the Battalion to be promoted to Sergeant. Brett has been identified by CompTia as a Subject Matter Expert in Information Security serving on the Senior Technical Advisory Council, has been elected to public office serving two terms as the President of the Board of Education for the Bayless School District and is an active member of his community from leading flood relief efforts to teaching cybersecurity classes at Saint Louis University.