ABOUT THE FOUNDER

Scott C. Holstad

Scott Holstad is the Founder, President & COO of WireMe Designs, LLC. He holds degrees from the University of Tennessee, California State University Long Beach, & Queens University of Charlotte. He pursued another degree in data communications (electrical engineering) at UCLA over a four year period, but had to regionally relocate before he could complete the degree program. He has also done post-graduate work in IT at the University of Michigan & Stanford University, as well as attending Western State University College of Law. He has been a professor at several academic institutions, & has had a unique career. He’s been a writer, editor & publisher in virtually every publishing medium that exists, including newspaper, magazine, book, digital & online publishing. He has published journalism, poetry, fiction, nonfiction, commentary, analysis, blogs, consumer-oriented technical articles, technical articles & papers, foreign policy articles & analysis, white papers, scientific pieces, peer reviewed academic papers & has published over 16 books (prior to the self publishing craze), one of which was nominated for the 1996 Pulitzer Prize. His work has also appeared in numerous anthologies, he has edited an advanced medical textbook, contributed to a textbook on Deming’s work on Statistical Process Control methods, & ghostwritten a number of varied books. His print work has appeared in at least 35 countries & nine languages. Over the course of his career, he has maintained a 100% acceptance rate for all formal submissions to academic conferences & peer-reviewed academic journals. Additionally, he has knowledge & experience in such areas as research, operations management, leadership, business development, project/program management, proposal writing, advertising, market research/analysis, logistics, data, analytics, blockchain, web design, CAD & schematics, information systems, operating systems, HW/SW, system architecture, custom high-end boutique computers, networking, TCP/IP, cybersecurity, malware, Internet architecting, cloud computing, systems engineering, quantum field theory & associated fields (quantum computing, other theoretical branches), nuclear engineering/power/security/proliferation/weapons/policy, EW, IW/AW,  intel/CI, policy, foreign affairs, international relations, defense, military, strategy, NATO/UN, China/East Asia, Eurasia, analysis, employee development, teaching, mentoring, coaching, career transition management, litigation, TBI/neuroscience research & extensive entrepreneurial experience, having started five successful companies. He has worked everywhere from small family-owned businesses to medium & large corporations, including EarthLink Network & Plantronics, & has been instrumental in growing many businesses.

In addition to Scott’s listed experience, he has done research in, has written on & can converse on subjects as diverse as AI/ML, information theory, biology, electrical engineering, aerospace, biometrics, theistic religions, philosophy, world history, automation, ethics, military history, PMCs, government, political science/theory, audiophilia, music grading,  nano, cyberwarfare, modern & post-modern British & American literature, Cubism/Surrealism, the UN’s SDGs, social media marketing, NPT, limited nuclear warfare, SOF, think tanks, secret societies, data science, deep learning, space warfare, neural networks, biomedical engineering, CTE & quite a bit more. Personal hobbies include collecting fine art, rare vinyl, sports collectibles, quality firearms, autographed books & custom built high-end computers.

Scott has served on the Board of Directors for the University of Tennessee Alumni HC Ch, & was the Vice President Membership for STC, SGV Ch. He has played an active role with the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) & Data Science Central. He currently is a member of roughly 100 LinkedIn groups, many of them specialized & vetted, as well as the following professional organizations:

Scott’s LinkedIn profile may be found here 

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