The Situation Room Experience is a modern, fictional foreign policy crisis simulation for 20 to 50 participants.
Each particpant is cast in a unique role to perform over the duration of the crisis. As a member of the President's executive team or as a member of the media reporting on the crisis, every participant is faced with multiple conflicts which will demand leadership, communication, and decision-making to overcome.
The Situation Room Experience requires a block of three hours and features 75 minutes of "live-play."
Set in the actual Situation Room removed from the White House in 2006, the Situation Room Experience is an experience that cannot be duplicated anywhere else.
Since it opened in 2017, the Situation Room Experience has hosted hundreds of student and corporate leadership groups at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California and at the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas, Texas.