Liquid Robotics has expanded its Strategic Advisory Board (SAB) with addition of three new members.
The new members will be joining an existing advisory board comprised of eighteen industry experts across the defense, foreign fffairs, communications/technology, and science industries.
The new advisors are:
Admiral Timothy J. Keating, United States Navy (Ret.), former Commander of the United States Pacific Command whose mission was to preserve the security and stability of the Asia-Pacific region with an area of responsibility for over 3.4 billion people and half the surface of the earth.
General Walter “Skip” Sharp, United States Army (Ret.), former Commander of the United Nations Command, Republic of Korea – United States Combined Forces Command, and United States Forces Korea. As the Commander, General Sharp was responsible for the unified command structure for the multinational military forces supporting South Korea (the Republic of Korea or ROK).
Dr. Francisco Chavez, senior scientist and biological oceanographer, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI). As an expert in biological oceanography and founding member of MBARI, Dr. Chavez has been honored for his research on the impact of climate variability on oceanic ecosystems and global carbon cycling.
“As we work to help address some of the most critical issues facing the Asia-Pacific region, Adm. Keating, Gen. Sharp, and Dr. Chavez’s expertise and counsel will be invaluable to our continued success.” said Gary Gysin, president and CEO of Liquid Robotics. “It’s a tremendous honor to have these individuals join our SAB.”