Kamran Loghman (pronounced Cameron Logman) is the Chief Global Instructor for the Create • Lead • Achieve Program used for Executive Training at the largest computer, mobile phone and consumer electronics company in the world, headquartered in Cupertino, California.

Kamran is an adjunct for Leadership at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis and Senior Executive Education Fellow at the University of Maryland, Robert. H. Smith School of Business, which is ranked #1 among public schools in the US and #7 among business schools in the world. Kamran is one of the most sought after experts for Creativity, Leadership and Performance. Kamran has several decades of significant experience as a C-level executive, and is the former President and CEO of Zarc International, a global manufacturer of law enforcement related devices, and was formerly the CEO of Nifar, a national provider of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics.

Considering his diversified career, Kamran is no stranger to creativity and innovation. He is an inventor at heart and holds several patents in chemistry and fluid dynamics. Kamran is the inventor and developer of weapons-grade pepper spray technology for law enforcement application and was instrumental in its distribution, training and use globally. He is the recognized expert in federal court proceedings regarding chemical exposure, and has authored many technical manuals, some of which form the basis for training at FLETC (Federal Law Enforcement Training Center), FBI Academy, US Custom and Border Protection, Secret Service, and the US Air Force, among others. Kamran has appeared nationally in numerous courts of law as an expert witness including cases with high media exposure.

Kamran has a diploma from École Internationale in Switzerland, and obtained a B.A. from the University of San Francisco and an M.A. from The Catholic University of America.

Whether delivering a high-energy speech or a power-packed workshop, Kamran draws from his extensive background in ancient warrior wisdom models and methodologies. These were employed by expert warriors, and are coupled with the latest research findings in neuroscience and evolutionary psychology. By bringing these two unique processes together, Kamran is able to demonstrate how they benefit every aspect of our lives. This includes how we’re able to expand our capacity for creative thinking and leadership, as well as the development of strategy and tactics.

For the past 50 years, Kamran has been a practitioner of Japanese and Indian classical warrior tradition. As an acknowledged expert and martial arts historian, Kamran has extensively researched the origins of ancient warrior wisdom model. During his research that has spanned over four decades, Kamran worked closely with the late Dr. Gayatri Nath Pant, curator of India’s National Museum, who is the world’s foremost expert on Asian arms and armor. Through this work, Kamran is widely acknowledged as the leading researcher on the migration of the warrior arts from India to the Far East.

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