When Michael Newberry entered the industry as a Security Professional, he never thought it would take him on a 30 year career journey.
At age 20, Shellie Crandall realized her job on a construction site operating a commercial crane, sometimes referred to as a cherry picker, wasn't challenging enough — even though she won the crew's lunch money by balancing open soda cans on the claw block and swinging it in every widening arc without spilling a drop!
With nearly 25 years of experience in the security industry in roles ranging from Security Professional and project management up to strategic client relationship management, Ira Mozee understands the benefits and advantages of having a diverse workforce.
Never in his wildest dreams did Sean Nobles think he’d become an expert in IT security solutions. His career began in the trucking industry where he held several positions such as dockworker, supervisor and quality control manager.
Prior to joining Allied Universal® as a Security Professional in 2011, Zwee Nelson, like many twentysomethings, was trying to figure out what she wanted to do when she “grew up.”
Executive protection professionals face a myriad of challenging global threats. This asymmetrical environment creates the need for highly trained, professional executive protection practitioners who possess the leadership, technical, physical, and communication skills to effectively safeguard their respective principal(s).
In 2005, Alessio Carulli found himself at a crossroad. One led downward into depression and anxiety brought on by being bullied in middle school and high school. The other led upward along a path full of opportunities to benefit himself and help others at Allied Universal.
As the Senior Director of Human Resources for the Allied Universal Canada business, Linda Iriah understands that the power of diversity and inclusion in the workplace comes from more than only gender and ethnicity.
When he was 13 years old, Tim Petronico knew he wanted to join the U.S. Army for the training and experience.
If you were to ask a close associate of Camille Montoya to sum her up in a single word, they’d probably choose “Grit” — not in the rough and course meaning of the word, but as it relates to courageous perseverance.