Jeff Sestokas is a senior instructional technologist and research scientist at Children’s National Medical Center and assistant research professor at George Washington University specializing in the application and diffusion of instructional technologies to military and corporate firms. Prior to working at CNMC and GWU, Mr. Sestokas was a Senior Scientist at Engineering and Computer Simulations and Applied Research Associates. Over the years, he has worked on projects developing training for complex, multi-agency and military command environments with a focus on designing scenarios, evaluation, and assessment tools within computerized and live environments. He has authored and co-authored several publications on topics relating to instructional design and technology. He received his M.A. Ed. in Instructional Design and Technology and a B.A. in English focusing in secondary integrated language arts from Baldwin-Wallace College.