Steve’s reason for joining the United States Army was two-fold: his sense of duty and his desire to give me back to his country. Steve also comes from a military family with ancestors that have served every generation since the Revolutionary War.
It's no secret that the world pandemic COVID-19 has had an enormous impact on almost every aspect of our lives. A new normal and changes are coming from everywhere, from the NY Stock Exchange to stay-at-home orders, educating our children online, limiting outdoor events such as sport's to name a few. However, the effect this pandemic has had on the world's oil and gas market is staggering.
Katy Samaha joined Allied Universal in 2007 as a Sales & Marketing Manager. Five years later, she was promoted to her current role as Client Relations Manager serving all of Orange County.
Leslie McGirr was working at Dairy Queen in the small Texas town she grew up in when she came to the realization that she had much more potential than what her hometown could offer.
It seems like a simple question, right? Think of how many phone calls, office greetings, workplace conversations, or everyday run-ins we have where this question is commonly asked. These days, asking someone how they are doing has so much more meaning.
The executive protection industry is growing, and so is the number of new executive protection manager positions. This is great for our industry and for all the people who take this important move up the career ladder. But it also ushers in a range of predictable problems for many of the new managers and the programs and people they lead.
Tiffany Bush joined Allied Universal in 2012 as an Operations Manager at the New York City office. She was promoted to District Manager and later Director of Operations and currently serves as Regional Vice President for the Northeast Region.
From a very young age, Joshua Skule wanted to serve in the military. The mission and esprit de corps of the Marines drew him to become a Marine.