Don Lebell is a consultant specializing in product-market and technology evaluations, business strategy and contingency planning. He formed and directed Don Lebell Associates, a management and engineering group; consultants to more than 400 industrial firms, government and non-government organizations within the United States, Latin America, Japan, the Middle East and Europe.
Dr. Lebell has served as an adjunct professor in management and engineering graduate schools at UCLA, University of Southern California and University of Maryland; also as a member of:
Department of Defense's Task Force on Globalization and National Security
Tylan Corporation's Board of Directors
National Research Council's panel on Airport Explosives Detection Systems
Amnesty International, USA's Executive Development Leadership Council
Board of Governors of New School's Lang Liberal Arts College
Volunteers for International Technical Assistance's Board of Directors
Southern California Memorial Cancer Research Institute's Advisory Board
Board of Governors of Brandeis University's Heller School of Social Policy
New York Academy of Science's Human Rights Committee
Dr. Lebell's newest book, Weapons of Mass Survival, is now available on Amazon. For more information, please see his website.