Kenneth D. Stewart III teaches computer science and computer networking courses at Flour Bluff High School and Delmar College in Corpus Christi, Texas. Kenneth has worked in the field for more than 17 years and has taught for the past 10 years. Before teaching, Kenneth was a nuclear, biological, and chemical warfare specialist in the 82nd Airborne Division at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. He holds two degrees in computer science and is earning another in occupational career and technology development from Texas A&M, Corpus Christi.
Aubrey Adams is an electronic and computer system engineering lecturer and Cisco Networking Academy CCNA/IP Telephony instructor at Central College of Technical and Further Education (TAFE) in Perth, Western Australia. Coming from a background in telecommunications design, with qualifications in electronic engineering and management, and graduate diplomas in computing and education, he teaches across a broad range of related vocational education and training areas. In 2007, Aubrey took leave from Central TAFE to work as a member of the Networking Academy CCNA Exploration and Discovery course development teams. Since returning to teaching, he continues to contribute to Academy curriculum maintenance and development.