Dr. Cliff Dudley has been involved in the education field for forty years as a teacher and administrator. He has taught history and government classes for the University of Bridgeport, Albertus Magnus College, Sacred Heart University, and the University of New Haven. Dr. Dudley did undergraduate and graduate work at Fordham, and is a member of the MacMillan Center at Yale. He has worked with both the British Army and the Irish Red Cross, and holds memberships in a variety of professional and community organizations. Dr. Dudley has published several historical articles, and has travelled extensively in Western Europe. During Covid he has prepared classes, taken a virtual class through Yale School of Management, was cast in an online historical play, over-exercised the family goldendoodle, and binge-watched Monty Python’s Flying Circus and Amazing Race.