William Stoltz is Manager of Policy Engagement at the ANU National Security College. He is a Visiting Fellow at the Robert Menzies Institute at the University of Melbourne, and an Associate Member of the Centre for the Study of Subversion, Unconventional Interventions and Terrorism at the University of Nottingham.
William’s own research explores options for Australia to shape and influence international security, as well as Australia’s policy responses to a breadth of national security challenges.
He has worked across Australia’s defence, intelligence, and law enforcement communities, including strategic intelligence and advisory roles within the Department of Defence, the Australian Federal Police, the Royal Australian Air Force (Reserve), and the National Intelligence Community.
He holds a PhD and Advanced Masters of National Security Policy from ANU as well as a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Melbourne.