Donald C. Brown entered the Marines Corps in August of 1987 and retired in September of 2007. During his time in the Marines, Don served as a weather forecaster in various locations to include the Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF). While active duty at CBIRF, Don learned Extraction and Decontamination techniques while providing weather forecasting and analysis pertinent to chem/bio defense operations. Don also participated in Operation Noble Eagle supporting the anthrax decontamination on the Hart Senate building. While in the military, Don gained much experience as a formal school instructor at the Joint Meteorological Analysis and Forecasting School where he served as a platform instructor and course superintendent for the Marine Weather Observing Course. Upon retiring from the Marine Corps, Don developed curriculum at U.S. Customs and Border Protection for their Automated Commercial Environment software. In December of 2007, Don rejoined CBIRF this time as a contractor. In 2016, Don joined Global 21 to continue working on the CBIRF contract where he participates in numerous training events including rope rescue certification, confined space, collapsed structure, and advanced DECON training. Don also supports curriculum review boards resulting in updating and re-writing course material. Don has performed duty as observer/controller on several training operations in New York City; Quantico, VA; Indian Head, MD as well as Guardian Centers, GA.
Don BrownCBRN Instructor
Diane R. Gallatin
Ms. Gallatin joined Global 21 Strategic Solutions as the Facilities Security Officer in 2013 bringing years of experience to build an award winning program. She is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP), Physical Security Professional (PSP), Industrial Security Professional (ISP®) with over 30 years of industrial security experience covering a diverse array of specialties: security consulting, security management, computer security, and asset protection. Her expertise includes a thorough knowledge of, and the ability to apply security requirements to, all aspects of industrial and government security. Ms. Gallatin began her security career with TRW Defense Systems Group in Houston, Texas where she was a Computer Security Specialist for the Space Shuttle Program. She later expanded her security qualifications, performing computer security, physical security, information security, and security management functions for Lockheed Missiles & Space Company in Austin, Texas. While at Lockheed, Ms. Gallatin was awarded numerous honors for meritorious service by her employer and the government customers with whom she worked. Diane Gallatin and her security team earned the prestigious Cogswell Award for Security Excellence from the Defense Investigative Service in 1995, an honor presented to only one-half of one percent of all government contractor companies that year.Since then, Ms. Gallatin has led the efforts that resulted in the Cogswell Award being awarded to two additional defense contractor companies. Since 1997, Diane Gallatin has been the President of Integrated Security Solutions. In this capacity, she has assisted clients in such projects as security systems specification development, security surveys and risk assessments, security policy and procedure development, intellectual property protection, and professional security training.
Diane Gallatin holds an MA (Master of Arts) in Criminal Justice from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas. She received her undergraduate degree from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas, obtaining a BA in Computer Science. Since completing her formal education, Ms. Gallatin has attended as well as presented numerous continuing education sessions. She is a Founding Member and Officer of the Central Texas Chapter, American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS). Ms. Gallatin was also a Founding Member and an Officer for several years in the Austin Metro High Tech Foundation, an organization that combined the strengths and resources of industry and law enforcement to fight high tech crime. Additional professional affiliations include the National Classification Management Society (NCMS) and the Capital Area Crime Stoppers, both of which she has served in positions such as Secretary, Vice Chair and Chair.
Diane R. GallatinSecurity Officer
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