Fred Williams has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Missouri S & T. He currently works as a senior firmware engineer for Micron Technology, where he has led the NAND modeling and error mitigation teams. He was the software architect for numerous high-profile projects, including IBM's Sysplex Timer and McDATA's ESCON Repeater. He was the firmware manager and lead engineer for Trimble's Telematics division that developed Caterpillar's first high-precision GPS device for heavy-highway vehicles. He also helped CaridianBCT develop the first adult stem cell chamber. He is currently the host of the popular Real Science Radio program that airs on AM 670 KLTT in Denver (rsr.org). He long served as the webmaster for the Creation Research Society, the oldest creation organization in the United States.
Matt is a practicing PhD electrical engineer in the aerospace industry with a background in digital communication systems and information theory. He also served in the US Navy as a nuclear-trained submarine officer. His research interests include design of signal processing algorithms, machine learning and the application of signal processing techniques to genetics and other related areas in bioinformatics.
Dr. Joshua Spencer studied physics and math at Monmouth College, then went on to earn a PhD in nuclear engineering and computational physics from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, in May of 2009. Josh started working with Walt Brown in 2007 primarily focusing on the origin of radioactivity chapter. Immediately after completing his PhD and moving to Connecticut, Josh and his wife Dr Devon Spencer (a veterinarian) formed their Creation Pair A Docs ministry through which they have offered creation science seminars to church and university groups across the US and Canada. Dr Spencer also has an interest in astronomy that has benefited from a friendship with Barry Setterfield since 2011.
Mike Snavely grew up in South Africa, the son of missionary parents. His childhood was filled with wildlife adventures. After attending college in Minnesota, Mike returned to South Africa and worked for the National Park Service in Kruger National Park. He has also worked as a wildlife artist. When in the states, he and his wife, Carrie, live in eastern Pennsylvania, where they raised their three children. When traveling, they are often leading safari tours both in South Africa and in the western U.S. Mike is an experienced creation speaker, often tapping into his extensive knowledge of animal life. His creation safari videos are available on his website: missionimperative.org.