You have an idea.
We have a strategy.
YOU'VE GOT AN IDEA. WE'VE GOT A STRATEGY.
Practical solutions for your business, non-profit or government agency
Federal Business Development
Opening doors to the highest levels of Government
Advisory Board Development
Executive decision making & governance
Why Choose Us
Red Duke Strategies (RDS) is a VA verified disabled veteran owned small business. We bring innovation to National Security - both hard and soft power. Our clients represent the best and most innovative approaches to resilient energy and critical infrastructure for military installations and cities; caregiving for military and Veteran families; quadruped robotics for military and public safety; and non-lethal weapons theory and practice.
The service we offer has outsized value - we are able to transfer the good will and trust we’ve cultivated for decades with individuals in key decision-making positions in senior leadership positions in the Executive and Legislative branch, military services, major foundations and NGOs, and Fortune 500 companies to our few selected clients, those whom we believe in enough to stake our reputations and our relationships.
Because we have deep understanding and trusted relationships within potential partnering organizations, we are able to help structure the overtures from our clients to meet the funding organization’s current needs and requirements.
Greg Douquet is Co-Founder & Managing Partner of Red Duke Strategies LLC. Prior to founding RDS, Greg held executive positions with the US Marine Corps, supervising hundreds of millions of programming dollars, leading organizations of over a thousand individuals, and conducting strategic planning for the highest key critical missions and operations in the United States, in addition to directly commanding combat operations and holding confidential positions in the White House, consistently achieving measurable results in each successive position of authority.
Greg was Chief of Staff for U.S. Marine Forces, Africa & Europe, overseeing operations stretching from Africa to Russia and held lead responsibility for strategic planning in Afghanistan in 2010. He is a 4,000 hour aviator and aerospace professional with deep experience in ship-based / shore-based tactical aviation operations, Presidential helicopter operations, and aviation acquisition. He is a non-resident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council's Millennium Leadership Program and Global Energy Center, a Fellow with the Royal College of Defense Studies, the published author of scholarly articles on energy and security related issues, and holds three masters degrees with distinction. His awards include two Legion of Merit, three Bronze Stars, and Air Medals for commanding combat flight operations.
Sherri Goodman is an experienced leader and senior executive, lawyer and director in the fields of national security, energy, science, oceans and environment. She is currently a Senior Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center and CNA, and a Senior Advisor for International Security at the Center for Climate and Security. Previously, she served as the President and CEO of the Consortium for Ocean Leadership.
Goodman served as Senior Vice President and General Counsel of CNA (Center for Naval Analyses) where she was also the founder and Executive Director of the CNA Military Advisory Board, whose landmark reports include National Security and the Threat of Climate Change (2007), and National Security and the Accelerating Risks of Climate Change (2014), and Advanced Energy and US National Security (2017) among others. The film The Age of Consequences in which Goodman is featured, is based on the work of the CNA Military Advisory Board.
Goodman served as the first Deputy Undersecretary of Defense (Environmental Security) from 1993-2001. As the chief environmental, safety, and occupational health officer for the Department of Defense (DoD), she oversaw an annual budget of over $5 billion. She established the first environmental, safety and health performance metrics for the Department and, as the nation’s largest energy user, led its energy, environmental and natural resource conservation programs.
Goodman serves on the boards of the Atlantic Council and its Resilience Center, the Joint Ocean Commission Leadership Council, the Marshall Legacy Institute, the National Executive Committee of the US Water Partnership, the Advisory Committee of the US Global Change Research Program and the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR). She is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations, served on its Arctic Task Force in 2016 and on the Board of its Center for Preventive Action.
Kathy Roth-Douquet is an expert in public-private partnerships. She is an attorney, a social entrepreneur, and public speaker. She founded a national nonprofit serving military families, Blue Star Families, and has worked with diverse clients in venture capital, finance, and social innovation.
She has prior service in government, in the White House and Department of Defense, where she was awarded the Secretary of Defense Medal for Outstanding Public Service. Kathy is a commentator on patriotism, civil-military affairs, the value of service, and the experience of military families. She has appeared on the Today Show, Fox and Friends, CNN, NPR, and has been a frequent contributed to USA Today, and is a frequent public speaker. She is an author, most notably of "AWOL: The Unexcused Absence of America's Upper Classes From Military Service and How it Hurts Our Country" (Collins, 2006).