After serving 20 years in the U.S. Navy, Mary Charles found a new home and a new career at Allied Universal in 2016.
If you ask Robert “Bert” Conley what he enjoys most about working for Allied Universal®, he’ll tell you, “Our employees are amazing! I enjoy sharing my experiences and giving back to them to support their development, prepare them to grow their career and support their families.”
As Allied Universal® General Manager in Miami, Florida, Wendy Witlow leads a team of nearly 2,000 employees from a wide variety of backgrounds.
Michael Brower’s 10-year enlistment in the U.S. Army gave him the experience to excel in the security industry, and he would highly recommend Allied Universal® to fellow veterans in search of a career where hard work and a strong moral compass are part of the equation.
When it comes to the importance of diversity in the security industry, Jamie Harvey’s 22-plus years of experience has convinced her that diversity is a key component in a successful, prospering work environment.
Client Portfolio Manager George Kimani knows diversity and inclusion at Allied Universal® is a win-win situation because it inspires employees to work harder and pursue not just a job but a career.
Bill King’s U.S. Army experience led to a 20-year career journey from Security Professional with responsibilities for a single site to Regional Vice President in charge of thousands of employees and millions in revenue.
After serving 15 years in the U.S. Marine Corps, Robert Sanchez secured not just a job, but a career path at Allied Universal®.
As a Human Resources Manager whose area of responsibility spans 31 states and more than 4,000 employees, Corina Lopez understands that hiring a diverse workforce can help lead to more creativity, improved strategic thinking and innovation.