William Doe


William Doe teaches in the Geospatial Intelligence Certificate program. He has taught a broad range of courses in physical and cultural/regional geography, land use planning, and environmental studies at the U.S. Military Academy (West Point, New York) and Western Illinois University. He currently teaches online at Colorado State University for the Sustainable Military Lands Management (SMLM) graduate certificate. He is an environmental geographer with research and applied expertise in military lands management, watershed management and modeling, ecosystem characterization, and sustainability practices for universities and federal installations.

Doe is currently the chief executive officer of Veterans Green Jobs Ñ a national nonprofit that trains, educates, and employs military veterans for environmental and energy careers. Dr. Doe served on active military duty for 22 years as an Army Corps of Engineers officer, with experience in disaster response, civil works, and state/federal agency interactions as well as teaching at West Point. Over the past two decades he has been active in the Association of American Geographers and serves as a board member for the Military Geography Specialty Group.