The Bodai Group’s Managing Partner Eric Reeves has more than 30 years in leadership, management, staff, and training positions supporting personal and professional development initiatives in the commercial and government sectors. He has a deep understanding of the social, psychological, and neuroscience aspects of human performance improvement, and brings this knowledge to bear in the design, development, and delivery of The Bodai Group’s programs.
Eric began his professional career in the military, as an Army paratrooper and Air Force counterintelligence officer. During his military career, he commanded five counterintelligence/ investigative units, and conducted operations in 19 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. After separating from the military, he served as a trainer/advisor for the Defense Intelligence Agency and for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and served in various industry positions from program manager to vice president of operations.
Eric is a member of the Board of Directors for Mighty Mini Warriors, a non-profit organization devoted to the treatment of military veterans through equine therapy, and has served on the Industry Advisory Committee for American Military University and as an adjunct professor at George Mason University.
PhD, George Mason University
MA, Naval Postgraduate School
BA, Indiana University
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The Bodai Group’s Managing Partner, Daniel Durham has more than 30 years in leadership, management, and training positions. He has supported personal and professional development initiatives in the military, government, and academic sectors. He has spent more than a decade studying the social, psychological, and neuroscience aspects of human performance improvement, and incorporates this knowledge into the design, development, and delivery of The Bodai Group’s programs.
Dan is a retired Marine Corps intelligence and security professional and co-founder of The Bodai Group. While on active duty, Dan lived and worked in many interesting places throughout the world and finished his military career teaching Information Operations. After retirement from the military, Dan joined the Defense Intelligence Agency and managed intelligence related training programs such as Asymmetric Warfare Intelligence Analysis, Analysis of Armed Groups, and Adversarial Deception Analysis. In 2014, he transitioned to leadership development and served as the program manager and senior facilitator for the Agency’s senior leadership development programs until his departure from the Agency in October of 2016.
Dan has delivered a variety of training to a wide range of military and government personnel to include International Partners and NATO. Dan was recognized by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence for customized training he delivered to the FBI. He has also guest lectured at James Maddison University, University of Mississippi, and University of Texas – El Paso.
EML, Georgetown University
ECLO, George Mason University
BSBA, Hawaii Pacific University