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Gen Clark

Gen Clark

Gen ClarkGeneral Wesley Clark, Sr is a retired General of the United States Army. He graduated as valedictorian of the vaunted class of 1966 at West Point and was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to the University of Oxford, where he obtained a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. He later graduated from the Command and General Staff College with a master’s degree in military science. He spent 34 years in the Army and the Department of Defense, receiving many military decorations, several honorary knighthoods, and a Presidential Medal of Freedom. Gen Clark commanded Operation Allied Force in the Kosovo War during his term as the Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO.

George Luczko

George Luczko

George LuczkoMr. Luczko is recently retired from the Office of Professional Responsibility, where he was charged with leading the development of both policy and direction for internal security of all Secret Service programs, divisions and offices. Prior to that Mr. Luczko served as the Deputy Assistant Director of the Office of Government and Public Affairs, acting as the agency’s primary liaison to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). He was directly responsible for managing all issues involving DHS, including all dialogue with the Secretary and Deputy Secretary’s offices, all directorates and chiefs of staff. He was also responsible for the development of homeland security policy within the Secret Service, DHS and the Homeland Security Council. Mr. Luczko joined the Secret Service in 1981 as a special agent assigned to the Dallas Field Office. He worked in the Presidential Protective Division, in Charge of PPD Operations, responsible for the security planning efforts required for worldwide presidential and first family travel.

Brian Dawe

Brian Dawe

Brian DaweBrian Dawe has been in corrections for nearly 32 years. He served as astate Correctional Officer in Massachusetts from 1982 until 1998 when he took a position as the Executive Director for a national nonprofit organization. Brian earned a Bachelors of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Massachusetts with a minor in Labor Studies. In 2006 he started Flat Iron Mountain, LLC a company dedicated to advancing the corrections profession. He is considered to be one of the leading experts on corrections and private prisons in the nation. He has testified before the Canadian Parliament in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and spoken at the Minnesota School of Law, at Yale University in Connecticut and before numerous legislative committees and citizens groups on the topic. Currently Mr. Dawe is the Executive Director for the American Correctional Officer (ACO) and the American Correctional Officer Intelligence Network (ACOIN). ACOIN provides information, research and support for individual correctional officers and the labor organizations and associations who represent them. He is also a member of several correctional officer organizations, and serves on the American Correctional Officer Medal of Honor Committee. In October 2010 he was inducted into the American Correctional Officer Hall of Fame. In 2000 he was inducted into the US International Tactical Hall of Fame for his lifetime commitment to Law Enforcement.

 
Allan Bird

Allan Bird

Allan Bird

Allan Bird is a retired Executive of the Public Safety Ministry of the Canadian government and a 35-year veteran of policing with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and protecting national security with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service. He is an expert in policing, counter terrorism, counter espionage, counter intelligence. He has traveled extensively, assisting a number of foreign governments with security related problems. He possesses cutting edge knowledge in threat and risk assessment with additional expertise in policing, police training and close personal protection. During his career he has served as a personal bodyguard for Canada’s Prime Minister, Chief of Internal Security, Chief of Operational Security for Canada’s intelligence service and Officer in Charge of National Security.

 
Wilson Parasiuk

Wilson Parasiuk

Wilson Parasiuk

Mr. Parasiuk has over 35 years experience in the public and private sectors in Canada. Mr. Parasiuk most recently served as President and CEO and Deputy Chairman of Interhealth Canada Limited, a private international healthcare management company which is headquartered in Toronto. Interhealth Canada Limited managed a 335 bed, 1,500 staff Western International Hospital in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates, on behalf of the Abu Dhabi Government. Previous positions Mr. Parasiuk has held include: Chairman and CEO of the British Columbia Trade Development Corporation; President of Vancity Enterprises, a development subsidiary of Vancouver City Savings and Credit Union; Chairman of the Beijing-Toronto International Hospital co-operative joint venture in Beijing. In the 1970s and 1980s Mr. Parasiuk was a development planner with the Government of Canada, a Deputy Minister to the Cabinet of the Government of Manitoba and a Minister (Health, Energy and Mines, Crown Investments and Federal –Provincial Development Agreement negotiations) in the Government of Manitoba. Mr. Parasiuk is or has been a director of various private, non-profit and public entities including the Prime Minister’s Advisory Committee on Government Restructuring, the Senior Advisory Committee on Governance Innovations (for a group of Asian nations), the Public Policy Forum, Interhealth Canada Limited, and Quorum Group of Companies Mr. Parasiuk holds Master of Arts degrees from both the University of Manitoba and the University of Oxford, which he attended as a Rhodes Scholar.

Jack McIlhargey

Jack McIlhargey

Jack McIlhargey

Jack McIlhargey is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player who played in the NHL with the Philadelphia Flyers, Vancouver Canucks, and Hartford Whalers.His playing career spanned eight years on defense, beginning when he turned pro with the Philadelphia Flyers in 1974. He became a Canuck on January 21, 1977 when he was traded to Vancouver. He appeared in 167 games for the Canucks (1977–80) He completed his playing career for the Hartford Whalers. Jack played in 393 career NHL games. Mr. McIlhargey was a key member of the Vancouver Canucks coaching staff and organization over the past 22 years. Mr. McIlhargey was voted one of the 30 All-Time Greatest Canucks and was recently inducted into the BC Hockey Hall of Fame.