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Lee Kessler, Author of the "White King" Series, Invited to 61st National Security Forum

Apr 8 2014, 4:02am CDT | by

Kessler's books, “White King and the Doctor,” “White King Rising” and “White King and the Battle of America: the Endgame,” explore a story close to existing global conditions of international terrorism and national security.

Los Angeles, CA, April 08, 2014 --(PR.com )-- Best-selling political fiction writer Lee Kessler was selected by the Secretary of the Air Force to engage in open and candid discussions with senior...

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Lee Kessler, Author of the "White King" Series, Invited to 61st National Security Forum

Apr 8 2014, 4:02am CDT | by

Kessler's books, “White King and the Doctor,” “White King Rising” and “White King and the Battle of America: the Endgame,” explore a story close to existing global conditions of international terrorism and national security.

Los Angeles, CA, April 08, 2014 --(PR.com )-- Best-selling political fiction writer Lee Kessler was selected by the Secretary of the Air Force to engage in open and candid discussions with senior military and civilian leaders at the 61st Annual National Security Forum (NSF). The NSF will focus on national and international security topics and will be held at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama, May 6–8, 2014.

The purpose of the forum is to share perspectives between key civic leaders, senior military officers, and highly experienced government civilians on current and future topics pertaining to strategic leadership, national security, decision making, warfighting, and global security.

“I am honored to be joining this diverse group of military officers and civilian leaders in exploring our country’s evolving and dynamic security issues. I am looking forward to interacting with the participants and gaining a better understanding of how our Air Force conducts its mission,” said Kessler.

Invitees to this forum are articulate, critical thinkers and opinion leaders who have little or no prior military affiliation. Kessler, along with a group of unique hand-selected civilians, will engage with senior U.S. and international military officers to provide personal perspectives on national and international topics, as well as discuss and challenge views of senior military/civilian leaders.

The objective of the lecture, seminar, and discussion format is to broaden attendees' perspectives and attain a mutual understanding on a wide range of topics including diplomacy, information, and economics, in addition to current national security and military strategies.

For information about Lee Kessler visit http://www.TheWhiteKingTrilogy.com. Her novels are available in print on Amazon and Kindle eBooks.

About Lee Kessler
Lee Kessler is a television actress, screenwriter, playwright, and stage director. Her career in Hollywood and New York spans over thirty-five years, and includes dozens of guest starring roles in episodic TV, mini-series, and movies-of-the-week. Since the publication of her suspense novels "White King and the Doctor," "White King Rising" and "White King and the Battle of America: the Endgame," Lee has made numerous radio and TV appearances discussing the books’ relevance to the outcome of the War on Terror. She is sought after as an engaging speaker and an insightfully articulate author for public events, book signings, and private readings in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and cities across America. Additionally Lee is a successful entrepreneur, a pioneer in Ecommerce, and owns an international Internet business. She currently resides in Los Angeles. Visit http://www.TheWhiteKingTrilogy.com. Join her on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/LeeKesslerStoryteller

About the National Security Forum (NSF)
Each year the Air War College (AWC) http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/ hosts the National Security Forum (NSF). The Secretary of the Air Force sponsors the forum. NSF began in 1954 as an expansion of the Civilian Outreach Seminars held from 1947 through 1949. The purpose of the NSF is to expose influential citizens to senior U.S. and international officers and civilian equivalents in order to engage each other's ideas and perspectives on Air Force, national and international security issues. It's an opportunity for the AWC students, the future military leaders, to interact with a broad cross-section of civilian leaders from businesses, universities, industry, media, law, the clergy, and state and local governments. The NSF provides a frank and candid exchange of views on national security matters among invited guests, Air War College students, and senior military and civilian leaders. The week is devoted to exploring the many issues that affect the current and future security of America. http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/nsf_main.aspx

Contact Information:
Batson Group Marketing and PR for Lee Kessler
Eileen Batson
919.413.2318
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Lee Kessler
Info@WhiteKingRising.com
http://www.WhiteKingRising.com

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