Captain Steve Brock is Senior Advisor with the Council on Strategic Risks and the Center for Climate and Security, and Chief of Staff to the Chair and Secretary General of the International Military Council on Climate and Security. Prior to joining CSR, Captain Brock served in a variety of capacities within the U.S. Department of Defense and the White House. He was the Chief of Staff and Deputy Director at the Joint Staff, in the office of the U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He also co-chaired an Interagency Policy Committee at the White House Council on Environmental Quality, and was Director for Asia Security Affairs at the National Security Council. Prior to working in the White House, Captain Brock served in a number of senior capacities in the U.S. military. That includes Assistant Chief of Staff (Information Dominance) for Strike Group Eleven (NIMITZ Group), Officer in Charge at the DOD Field Operating Base Europe – Berlin, and Senior Analyst for the United States Seventh Fleet. He also served as Advisor to the US Mission to the United Nations. He holds masters degrees from Georgetown University and National Defense University, and a bachelor’s degree in Marine Engineering from the United States Naval Academy.