Retired U.S. Army Counterintelligence (CI) Special Agent, a Board Certified Protection Professional (CPP), and holds a Master’s degree in Security Management. He is a currently managing projects specializing in intelligence and security operations. Doug is the Principal Consultant for 29-Ten Security Consulting, LLC, a small firm advising discrete clientele in Foreign Intelligence threat evaluations and risk mitigation operations.
His experience, accumulated over twenty-nine years, run the gamut from Presidential Security to Special-Agent-in-Charge (SAIC) of a forward-deployed intelligence unit actively engaged in CI and Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) operations. He was the CI Officer for the Bosnian Assault CP, managed teams of Special Agents and Military Police (MP) investigators for sensitive intelligence investigations, counter-terrorism (CT), and counter-surveillance (CS) operations within the European and Balkan Theater of Operations, and spent three years managing counter-terrorism and surveillance training for senior military attaches. He has conducted threat mitigation assessments hundreds of installations and provided training in diverse forums, to over 40,000 professionals around the globe.
Doug’s most recent accomplishment was to speak at the American Society of Industrial Security’s International Conference in September 2008, where he developed and presented a seminar to a global audience of security, intelligence and counter-terrorism professionals titled, “Understand the Terrorist Cycle – Mitigate Your Risks.”
He is the recipient of the US Army Legion of Merit and currently resides in Annapolis, Maryland with his family, two Jack Russells and a cat named Fat Annie.