Angela J. Osborne
Angela J. Osborne, CPP, PCI, PSP, is the Associate Vice President, Risk and Emergency Management Solutions for Guidepost Solutions in Washington, DC. Her notable clients include WMATA (DC Metro), Cook County, M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore Ravens), and Diageo. Angela previously served as a Senior Analyst at Interos Solutions, supporting the U.S. Department of Commerce, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, and GSA. Prior to Interos, she was a Security Intelligence Analyst based in the UAE with TAQA, Abu Dhabi National Energy Company. Angela is a Director on the ASIS Professional Standards Board and Past Co-Chairman for the ASIS International Young Professionals Council. Angela holds an MA in Security Studies from Georgetown University and a BA from Millikin University. In 2021, she served as Interim Sr. Director of Global Security and Resiliency for an e-commerce firm. She is the inaugural ASIS Young Professional of the Year.
David Feeney has over 20 years of experience in physical and cyber security as a practitioner, a service provider, and a consultant. Within ASIS, David currently serves on the ESRM Steering Committee and Professional Standards Board as its Vice Chair. David previously chaired the ESRM Guideline Committee and the Physical Security Council. David is also an active member of ISACA, ISSA, ISC2, Infragard, and the PMI, as well as the ISO’s Technical Committee on Security & Resilience. David holds CPP & PSP certifications from ASIS, as well as CISSP & PMP certifications and a Bachelor’s Degree from Towson University.
Jonathan has been working in the physical security and protective services field for about 25 years. Started out working for his family locksmithing business, that moved into access control, alarms, and camera systems over the years. He continued in this role part-time throughout his career. Jon spent time in the US Army, Infantry and Combat Engineer (SAPPER). He earned his Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice, and Psychology from University of Central Missouri. He has also been a licensed EMT-Basic, and provided various EMS services during his career. His background in protective services has varied from guard services, executive protection, and crises response services. His roles in protective services have heavily focused on low-profile intelligence based programs for client sites with increased risk to all types of workplace violence, and crises management needs. He has also worked as a contract consultant, and project manager for several large projects.
Jonathan has been active in ASIS International as a Chapter Chair and Vice-Chair. As well as the Education and Certification Liaison for Columbia River Chapter for 6 years. Where he has helped guide a number of professionals to their ASIS Certifications. Currently, Jon is working a mixture of roles as both a on-site protective services and risk manager for a financial institution in Downtown Portland, Oregon, but also carries administrative and business responsibilities on the side.
J. Kelly Steward
Kelly is the CEO, President, and Founder of Newcastle Consulting, LLC – a premiere Security Risk Management Consultancy.
- > 30 years of public and private sector experience as a Security Advisor, Subject Matter Expert, and former Chief Security Officer
- Has led multi-national security risk management operations and complex physical security programs that have enabled executives to focus their organizations on core competencies.
- Core focus is his systematic, prevention-based methodology rooted in a thorough and comprehensive risk, threat, vulnerability, and assessment that allows for the development of a holistic security blueprint for client organizations.
- Provides advisory services that enable clients to evaluate corporate risk;
- Conducts customized security risk assessments; and
- Constructs security master plans providing organizations with reductions in operational cost and increased profitability.
- Kelly has provided services to private sector organizations, government agencies and local authorities in the UK, the Middle East, South-East Asia and North America.
Jon Viola CPP, PCI, PSP has over 30 years of security and investigations experience in the hospitality and amusement park arena and has been a member of ASIS International for nearly 10 years. He is currently a Manager of Security Operations at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, but has worked for and led security, asset protection, emergency response and investigative teams at many of the world’s largest amusement park companies, to include Universal Orlando Resort and Six Flags – Great America. In addition to being extremely active in both ASIS International as well as the local intelligence community, he has been part of the local Joint Terrorism Task Force, Central Florida Fusion Center Steering Committee, and has received many awards for his leadership and service to the Greater Orlando community.
Kevin T. Doss
Kevin T. Doss, MS, CPP, PSP has over 33 years of experience providing protective services in high-risk environments across the globe. As a consultant, Mr. Doss has worked with the US Naval Special Warfare Development Group, the United States Special Operation Command, the US Department of Homeland Security, and the United States Secret Service, along with many other federal and state agencies. His experience includes performing a Threat, Vulnerability Risk Assessment of the entire 51-mile Canal Zone in Panama as well as a security assignment involving the World Trade Center complex in New York City. Kevin provides expert advice and instruction on security matters involving the protection of critical infrastructure, regulatory compliance, risk management, physical security and workplace violence.
Kevin’s educational credentials include a Master’s of Science Degree in Security and Risk Management from the University of Leicester, UK, and two ASIS board certifications: Physical Security Professional (PSP) and Certified Protection Professional (CPP).
Mr. Doss is the ASIS International (ASIS) PSP Board Certification Advisor and the lead instructor. He is also an adjunct ASIS Certified Protection Professional (CPP) Board Certification Advisor and instructor. Kevin has written and published multiple chapters on security related topics and is co-author of the book titled, ‘Active Shooter: Preparing for and Responding To A Growing Threat (2015)’. He also is the author of the Physical Security Professional (PSP) Study Guide, 2nd Edition (2011) and the Physical Security Professional (PSP) Study Guide, 3rd Edition (2019).
In addition to his work-related and educational contributions, Kevin also volunteers his time as the Mentoring Director for the Yokefellowship Prison Ministry, which focuses on being an integral part of a returning citizens personal development after their release back into society.
Lee Neutzling currently holds the position as the Director of Security for Safelite Group out of Columbus, Ohio. He currently is responsible for a variety of tasks including; physical security, security officer management, investigations, and asset protection. Lee has been responsible for global physical security and loss prevention operations and investigations, along with executive protection responsibilities. He has managed multi-million-dollar contract security service contracts and numerous physical security projects and installations. He also serves as a Deputy Chief Security Officer (CSO) through American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) CSO Roundtable.
In the fall of 2008, Lee graduated from the FBI’s Citizen Academy; which teaches community leaders more about the FBI and how the private sector can work with the FBI to help fight crime. Lee has attended several training sessions conducted by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that ranges from conducting risk assessments to bombing incidents. In August of 2010, Lee received his Physical Security Professional (PSP®) certification through ASIS. This designation is for those whose primary responsibility is to conduct threat surveys, design integrated security systems that include equipment, procedures and people, or install, operate and maintain those systems. In 2011, Lee joined the Ohio State Highway Patrol Auxiliary and currently holds the rank of Major. Auxiliaries assist Troopers in a variety of tasks and events which include: patrol duties, OVI checkpoints, criminal patrol, assisting with large public events such as the Ohio State Fair and numerous Ohio State University functions such as football games natural disasters. In 2012, he earned his Masters of Arts Degree in Security Management from American Military University. Since earning his Master of Arts, he continues to learn more about security by attending training sessions conducted either by Federal, State, or local law enforcement and/or private sector. Some of these training sessions include conducting interviews and interrogations, conducting threat and vulnerability assessments, incident response to terrorist bombings, active shooter and directive threat training, and others.
He participates in several other security and community organizations; these include American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) where he served as a past board member, the FBI Citizens Academy, InfraGard which is a partnership between the FBI and the private sector for information sharing, and Financial Institutes Security Organization (FISO). Lee also served as a board member for the Canton Domestic Violence Project Inc. and committee member of his local Boy Scout Troop. He enjoys running and has completed several 50k Ultras.
Mark Schreiber is a Security Engineer and Technical Consultant who has been in the industry for over 20 years. Mark is an ASIS International Certified Protection Professional (CPP), earned a CPTED designation (CPD), and has designed all forms of physical security systems across the globe, from door contacts to counter drone systems. Typical system designs are large campus, critical infrastructure systems that integrate complex access control, video surveillance, and perimeter intrusion systems for Fortune 500 clients. Through his experience and support of multiple ASIS Councils, Mark has presented at multiple ASIS Annual Seminars and ASIS trainings. In addition, Mark is an ASIS Community Vice President and Assistant Regional Vice President, past Council/Community Chairperson, past ASIS Chapter Chairperson, and volunteer leader of several ASIS Subject Area Communities.
Patricia G. Coureas
Patricia has a global background in high-risk, complex domestic and international environments with both Government and private-sector experience. Patricia served 30 years as an FBI Special Agent and Assistant Legal Attaché in Greece conducting criminal, counterintelligence and counterterrorism investigations as well as building relationships with principal law enforcement and security services around the globe to ensure a continuous exchange of information with host countries. Patricia’s transition into a Senior Security Manager role with a Fortune 500 Company provided numerous opportunities for her to deliver threat prevention and resolution to the global business system and to strengthen the incident management and crisis resolution program through training and exercises. Patricia has experience delivering innovative strategic solutions to build threat detection, increase response capabilities around Enterprise Risk Management, Asset Protection and Intellectual Property Protection, Cybersecurity and Workplace Violence Prevention. As a Business Process Analyst, Patricia demonstrates success in addressing problems by identifying the root causes impacting a desired result and implementing solutions to mitigate the causes in order to ensure the strategic and financial benefit to the business.
In April, 2022, Patricia earned her credential as a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and maintains an active role in American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS). Patricia had the opportunity to present a session titled, ‘A Roadmap for the Design and Implementation of Pre-Crisis Training and Procedures’ at GSX 2022 in Atlanta, in addition to participating on a panel discussion in the Cyber Arena and providing career transition counseling for ASIS HQ.
Paul is the founder and Managing Director of HawkSight SRM Ltd, a UK-based Digital Enterprise Security Risk Management company and built the award-winning HawkSight Security Risk Management platform.
Paul served as a Royal Naval Aviator for 12 years flying in the anti-submarine warfare and search & rescue role. On leaving the navy, he worked as a specialist investigator with HMCE working against illegal drug importation into the UK.
Upon completing government-related service, Paul moved into security risk management operating in several complex environments in the Middle East, Africa and South East Asia, supporting global business, major events and NGO operations.
Paul has a Masters’s Degree in International Politics from Glasgow University in Scotland and is a Chartered Security Professional (CSyP).
As Vice President, Integrated Security Solutions at Allied Universal, Rachelle Loyear leads the Allied Universal Enterprise Security Risk Management approach to customer program development. The Integrated Security function is dedicated to driving Allied Universal’s mission of helping customers find and deploy the right combination of security professionals, policies, processes and procedures, and cutting-edge technology and data tools to most effectively secure their organizations in a world of evolving risk.
Rachelle has spent over a decade managing programs in corporate security organizations. Focusing strongly on security risk management, she has been responsible for ensuring enterprise resilience in the face of many different types of risks, both physical and cyber. In 2016 she co-authored The Manager’s Guide to Enterprise Security Risk Management: Essentials of Risk-Based Security, in 2017, she released the book The Manager’s Guide to Simple, Strategic, Service-Oriented Business Continuity, and is a co-author of the 2018 book, Enterprise Security Risk Management: Concepts and Applications.
Rachelle is a member of the ASIS North American Board of Directors and ESRM Community Steering Committee. She serves on the Cybersecurity Advisory board for SIA, is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) through ISACA, a Master Business Continuity Professional (MBCP) through DRI International, and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute (PMI).
Highly skilled security engineering professional with over a 25-year career-long record of strategic industry insight, stakeholder satisfaction, and security system development. Responsible for leading multiple disciplinary engineering teams for the development and implementation of holistic security strategies that include architecture, physical security, electronic security, policies and procedures. Projects range from studies and analysis to full design and is applied in different geographical locations for a variety of vertical markets. Rene holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Polytechnic University. He is both a Physical Security Professional and Certified Protection Professional with ASIS. Rene is currently a Certified Homeland Security Professional – Level IV and Certified Master Anti-Terrorism Specialist. Rene is the current Education Chair for Security Architecture and Engineering Community (SAEC) as well as past Chair. The SAEC serves as a resource to ASIS members, other individuals, and agencies on security architecture, engineering, and technical integration design issues related to protection of assets within the built environment.
Richard (Rick) Lavelle founded Creador Architecture after working for 30 years in the design & construction industry. His body of work covers the full spectrum of commercial work. With experience in Office Buildings, Retail Stores, Restaurants and secure asset facilities, he has worked with many corporate brands across the country. He has a degree in Architectural Technology and an honor graduate of the Navy’s Builder “A” School. After receiving his Professional Bachelors of Architecture Degree, he has actively pursued his passion for building and contributing to the diverse urban environment. He is a registered Architect in 19 states. He also has received his Certified Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) Practitioner from Florida Atlantic University. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and holds a Physical Security Professional (PSP) credential through ASIS International.
Rick has worked on a vast range of project types. Some include distribution centers, charter schools, daycare centers, assisted living and religious/cultural centers. He also has over 20 years of experience in Secure Asset Facilities (including cash rooms, vaults, coin operations, and armored transfer facilities).