Mr. Denver Johnson is the Nuclear 200 Fundamentals Course Manager for the Air Force Nuclear College at Kirtland AFB, NM. Prior to this, he served 15 years as a Federal Agent for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)/National Nuclear Security Administration transporting and protecting U.S. Nuclear Weapons, components and other National Security assets. Mr. Johnson also worked for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory as a Special Response Team member protecting Special Nuclear Material. He also was a Deputy Sheriff in Sacramento, CA. Additionally, he served in the U.S. Air Force as a Security Forces member Active Duty and Reserve totaling 10 years. Mr. Johnson was the Director of the University of New Havens’ National Security Graduate Program for Sandia National Laboratory for 6 years teaching at the graduate level; He still serves as an Adjunct Instructor since the program moved online. Mr. Johnson is also an Adjunct Instructor for Wayland Baptist University teaching undergraduate criminal justice courses.
2008 Bachelor of Science, Curriculum Development, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
2012 Master of Science, Security and Safety Leadership, The George Washington University
2014 Certificate, Executive Leadership, Cornell University
2019-TBD Doctoral Student of Education, Trident University International