Key Personnel Profiles

We are very proud of our management team and associate consultants, all members of which are subject matter experts in their fields of specialization.

Management Team

Tasco’s forte is recovering kidnap victims and resolving extortions. To date, he has successfully negotiated seventy-six kidnapping cases and appeared before the crisis-management teams of numerous multinational corporations. A career Navy SEAL, he rose from seaman recruit to Executive Officer of Seal Team 5, based in Coronado, California. Tasco participated in numerous combat missions while on active duty in El Salvador, Panama and most recently as a US contractor in Iraq. He has acquired extensive experience in training Foreign Special Forces in maritime operations, assault tactics, including facility penetration, and the full gamut of countermeasures, including protective driving. As an active duty SEAL, Tasco’s operational experience included membership of seven SEAL Platoons during his career in Naval Special Warfare, commanding three of the seven. Tasco also serves as a contractor with Department of Homeland Security (DHS) conducting "comprehensive terrorist perspective" based assessments of America's most vulnerable Seaports, Chemical Plants and Nuclear Power Plants. In 2008, Tasco oversaw several large DCMA managed contracts in support of Multi-National Force-Iraq efforts in Baghdad, Iraq. He also coaches/consults for Major Oil Companies and Drilling Contractors in Performance Excellence, Leadership, Planned-Based Execution, Efficiency and Safety. A holder of the Navy and Marine Corps Medal for Heroism and a graduate of Southern Illinois University, he speaks native Spanish and is conversant in Portuguese.

LARRY SIMMONS - Vice-President, Operations
Larry served 27 years in the US Navy SEAL, rising from enlisted commando in Vietnam to commanding officer of SEAL Team 5 based in Coronado Beach, California.  He retired in 1993 with the rank of Commander.  Following his retirement, he has developed protection programs for executives in high-risk venues, audited corporate security sites, developed a combat simulation model for the US Army and trained Saudi Arabian naval units in special warfare techniques.  A Spanish speaker, Simmons has a BA from Ohio State University and two MS degrees.  He has written two published action novels.

Area Directors

DURWIN “ROO” DENGERUD - Director, Asia
Roo served a combined total of forty-two years in US Special Operations and Private Protective Security Services. Roo performed as Detail Leader on many confidential VIP protection projects internationally. Joined the US Army Rangers in 1969 served in Vietnam and was an original operative member of the US 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta from 1977-1990. Roo trained US and foreign law enforcement officials in executive protection procedures, anti-terrorism measures and SWAT tactics. He trained with the US Secret Service; Presidential Protection Division and the U.S. Department of State; Dignitary Protection Division on Presidential and Ambassador level security, motorcades and executive protection operations. Roo worked in high threat areas overseas on numerous combat operations, Foreign Presidential, US Ambassador and US Military Generals physical security details with extensive Celebrity and Corporate VIP entities. He developed counterterrorism procedures, evasive driving and ramming courses and protective security operational procedures presently used by US Special Operations Units, Law Enforcement Elements, corporate and civilian entities worldwide. For the past fifteen years Roo has conducted high end air, land and sea security consulting and advisory programs for multiple entities throughout Asia.

JOSE A. TREVINO - Director, Latin America
Jose has extensive experience working security-related cases worldwide.  A 22-year Navy SEAL, he rose from seaman recruit to Command Master Chief Petty Officer (E-9), the highest level of enlisted service.  Trevino participated in numerous combat missions in El Salvador and Panama, spending the majority of his time in Latin America training and advising military and police forces.  He also headed various high-profile protection details in high-risk countries, and is a native Spanish speaker.

MARK GRANEY - Director, Europe & Africa
Mark Graney is an experienced Team Leader and Project Manager with a background in organizational development, discreet operations and Special Activities in support of the Department of Defense (DOD) and other United States Government Agencies engaged in the Global War on Terror (GWOT). He is an EP Subject Matter Expert. He is well versed in as a Human and Technical Surveillance Operator. Planned, coordinated and executed dozens of real-world Surveillance operations in semi permissive and non-permissive environments. He has extensive experience in high-risk dignitary protection in non-permissive, semi- permissive environments. Mark is an experienced in VIP protection for Corporate clients to include all aspects of Risk Management. Mr. Graney’s prior military service includes responsibilities at a National Command Authority Special Mission Unit (DevGru-SMU) at the operational level from JAN 1997-JAN 2004. Mr. Graney served as an assaulter, sniper and as an Advanced Force Operator (AFO). He has executed the prosecution of a wide-range of sensitive activities regarding unconventional solutions to asymmetrical problems in support of DOD counter-terrorist (CT) and counter-proliferation (CP) efforts. Mark organized, trained, planned, coordinated and executed the prosecution of high-risk special mission unit (SMU) operations for DOD’s only standing joint Counter Terrorist (CT) task force, in support of select national objectives under diverse and ambiguous conditions to include combat operations and other specified missions.  He planned, coordinated, instructed and supervised; dozens of multi-platform, inherently dangerous live fire evolutions, in all types of terrain, weather and visibility to include complex, surgical CQC scenarios and other types of special training evolutions. His awards include two Bronze Stars with V-device for valor in combat and the Navy Marine Corp Life-Saving award.

Principal Associates - Security Operations

William C. Reed is a former U. S. Navy Captain with more than 40 years dedicated and distinguished military service.  He is a former Navy SEAL and combat veteran who is well-versed in security operations from both the offensive and defensive perspectives, and has specialized experience in development and execution of complex strategic projects.  He has served at the highest levels of command and staff in both Navy and Joint assignments and possesses the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to manage large complex contracts.    Reed is a superior leader and adroit manager of people, programs and processes.  He has BS from San Diego State University and Masters degree from Naval War College in Strategic Studies and National Security.

Kent possesses expansive experience in a broad range of business, academic, military, aviation, off-road racing and expedition mountaineering.   He is a U.S. Marine Corps KC-130 Pilot/Aircraft Commander with over 2000 hours flying time.  He is a combat veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts, and has conducted military, aviation, security operations and training throughout North America, Europe, Middle East, Gulf States (UAE), Southwest Asia (Iraq and Kuwait), Central Asia (Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan), Africa, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific Rim. Kent is a leader of mountaineering expeditions throughout North America, Nepal and Peru.  He is also an experienced off road driver and racer; motorcycles and four wheeled vehicles.  Kent speaks fluent English and French and is a graduate of University of  Southern California, as well as The Sorbonne, France.

Dan has served his country as a U. S. Army Chief Warrant Officer. A retired State of Oklahoma Senior Narcotics Agent and SWAT Team member, he has extensive time on-target with thermal imagery and high stress direct action. Dan provides expertise and certified ratings as a Master Diver, RYA Commercial Ocean Yachtmaster 200 gt, and PSD "Little Bird" helicopter pilot in Iraq. He has thirty years experience in providing supervision, leadership, and hands-on operations in high threat environments. Greisen has received formal training from the U. S. Army, Department of Justice/Drug Enforcement Administration, U. S. Navy, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Böker has expansive experience working security-related cases worldwide. A former member of the elite German Naval Special Warfare Unit "Kampfschwimmerkompanie", "Kampfschwimmereinsatzzug". As a German S.E.A.L Commando, from (1994 - 2002) Böker trained in Static and Freefall parachute courses, Underwater demolition course, Master underwater demolition course, Ship protection course, German Ranger course part 1 and 2, Ship boarding course and advanced Medical courses among others. Boker has worked in Kosovo, Bosnia, USA, Denmark, Italy, France, Netherlands, Norway, Afghanistan, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Iraq. He also headed various high-profile protection details in high-risk countries, and is a native German speaker.

Henry is a 25-year Naval Special Warfare veteran.  He rose from seaman recruit to the rank of Master Chief (E-9).  A combat veteran who served in a Tier One unit.  McDonnell is a Graduate of the Arizona Law Enforcement Academy and volunteers as a Special Deputy on the Okaloosa Sheriff's SWAT team.  He is apt at leading and managing people in the most rigorous environments.  A licensed captain of vessels to 100 gross tons.  McDonnell is an expert at Executive Protection, Hostage Rescue, Counter-terrorism and is a fluent Spanish speaker.

George served six years as a Navy SEAL and five years in the Central Intelligence Agency's Clandestine Services as a case officer.  He served over 10 years in Kidnap & Ransom, traveling as a consultant for The Ackerman Group.  He also owns an information technology company that specializes in computer networking systems, software development, and information technology security audits and investigations.  He has an MBA from Georgetown University, and a BA in Biochemistry from the University of Colorado, Boulder.  He is fluent in Spanish, French, and is conversant in Cantonese and Mandarin.

Following a 16 year career as a Navy SEAL and Special Operations Medic (18D), J.D. was recruited by the Central Intelligence Agency as a Special Agent for the Office of Security.  J.D. utilized his special operations expertise to provide protection for U.S, and foreign clients, including the Vice President of the United States, in the most dangerous war-zone environments (Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Haiti, Africa and South America).  He has led hundreds of successful missions abroad, and has encountered direct attacks against his principle-all without loss or injury.  J.D. is currently a Protective Agent for Fortune 500 executives, and is recognized, both domestically and internationally, as a subject matter expert. JD is well versed in protective operations, armed, unarmed defensive tactics, as well as in trauma medicine.  As a Seal, JD was awarded the Bronze Star with “V” device for his heroic actions in Iraq, and is the recipient of the Special Operations Medic of the Year Award for providing life-saving treatment during combat operations.  He maintains current national medical certifications: (NREMT-Paramedic, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Life Support, and Advanced Tactical Practitioner).

Kennedy served as a Navy SEAL for 14 years, culminating his military career as a member of a Tier One unit under the command of Richard Marcinko at SEAL Team Six, the US Navy's Counter Terrorist Unit.  Most recently, he has been working in Iraq as a Security Advisor providing close protection and quick reaction services, as well as training Iraqi Military Forces, Coalition Forces and US Army Corps of Engineers in support of Iraq's reconstruction efforts.  Kennedy is an expert at Counter-terrorism, Close Protection Services and Hostage Rescue and Recovery operations.

Gideon successfully completed a wide range of assignments during six years in the US Navy SEALs, among them the training of Malaysian and Singaporean counterparts.  Goodblatt holds a B.A. in American history from the University of California, Berkeley.  He speaks fluent Spanish.

Michael is a highly experienced executive protection specialist. Educated in Switzerland and as a foreign exchange student in Venezuela, Michael Soppelsa went on to serve in the French Foreign Legion, 2REP and in the Swiss Special Forces.  For the last 16 years he has been providing executive protection around the globe for high profile clients from the entertainment and corporate world.  He was a member of President Aristide’s protection detail upon his return to Haiti, on Ambassador Bremer’s detail in Iraq as a contractor for Blackwater and he served as special advisor to President Karzai’s Afghan Secret Service detail in Afghanistan. Soppelsa has repeatedly attended training courses at the Executive Protection institute, H&K’s International Training Division, Gunsite, BSR, Tony Scotty as well as DOD and DOS. He holds a Pilot License with Instrument and Seaplane ratings as well as a Helicopter Pilot Rating; he writes and speaks English, German, French and Spanish.

Ken acts as TridentCMG’s Local Representative for the Philippine Island region. In this capacity, he provides corporate integration with Philippine senior executives, military officers, and government officials for policy reviews, political quagmire issues, indigenous logistical platform sourcing, VIP and environmental security operations, and cultural dispute matters for the Director TridentCMG Asia. Ken also handles the in-country contracting agency responsible for vetting local hire contractors and overseas foreign workers, as well as sourcing, logistics, and other special operations support equipment. He is experienced at all levels of VIP and physical security management processes and operations; field security survey and assessment, and close-in security details for executive protection. Ken works with the Philippine Naval Doctrine Office (NDO) and is part of the Scenario Based Strategic Planning Core Group and Doctrine Development Team.  He is a Fellow at the Philippine Center for International, Security and Strategic Studies (CISSS), and has been a delegate in various international assemblies covering subjects such as the South China Sea security posture and other Regional security matters directly affecting the Asia-Pacific region. Ken holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Ateneo Graduate School for Business, and has completed a Masters in National Security Administration (MNSA) at the National Defense College of the Philippines (NDCP). He is currently working on his Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in Criminology.  He is a commissioned Lt Colonel with the Philippine Marines Ready Reserve Force. He is skilled in unarmed close quarter combat, winning gold medals in Tae Kwon Do competitions in both India and the Philippines. Ken is fluent in English and speaks Tagalog.

Principal Associates - Air Operations

Paul “Dorf” Olin served his country for more than twenty years as a Naval Aviator. His aviation experience includes two instructor tours at the Navy Fighter Weapons School (TOPGUN), over 3300 hours in fighter aircraft (FA-18 Hornet, FA-18 Super Hornet, F-16 Fighting Falcon), and over 100 combat missions.  Some of his tours of duty included Commanding Officer of TOPGUN; Director of Airwing/JTAC Training at the Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center (NSAWC); Operational Command of an FA-18 squadron; and a staff member at the Supreme Allied Command Transformation in support of Iraqi training.  He is a subject matter expert in 1v1 air combat, multi-plane combat, and air-to-ground employment. Paul earned a BS from the US Naval Academy and his Executive MBA from the Naval Postgraduate School. He speaks native English and is conversant in Spanish.

Bull served his country for over fourteen years as a Naval Aviator and FA-18 Hornet and Super Hornet pilot.  As a combat veteran and two-time TOPGUN Instructor, Bull is the recognized expert in advanced air-to-air (AA) combat and all facets of Strike Fighter employment and training.  As TOPGUN's missile and AA employment expert, Bull created all current Navy and Marine Corps AA tactics.  Described by many as "the world's best instructor," Bull trained over 200 TOPGUN students in 1v1 air combat, multi-plane combat, and air-to ground employment.  A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, he speaks conversational French and Russian.

Scott flew F/A-18 Hornets, F-5 Tigers, and King Air multi-engine aircraft, and served as a U.S. Marine Fighter Pilot for twelve years. He completed four overseas deployments, to include combat action as a Forward Air Controller with the Marine Infantry in Iraq. Edwards is a Mission Commander, and instructed in the disciplines of Aerial Combat, Ground Attack, and Low Altitude Tactics.  He is an experienced Multi National Armed Forces Trainer and Instructor. Edwards presently serves in the Naval Reserves as an Adversary Pilot and has been working on the Multi-National Pilot Training Syllabus for the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II.  He is a holder of the Air Medal and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for combat actions while in Iraq. Scott is a graduate from Purdue University. 

Scott is a native of New Orleans and a highly decorated aviation combat veteran who deployed to Bosnia and Kosovo between 1999 and 2001.  LTC Chiasson also served with the 3 Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division in Afghanistan and the 3rd Infantry Division in Kuwait and Iraq. Scott commanded the 5th Aviation Battalion on Fort Polk, LA.  LTC Chiasson’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal, Combat Action Badge, and the Global War on Terrorism Medal.  He is a Senior Army Aviator and Parachutist.  Aircraft ratings include: UH-1, OH-58, AH-64A, AH-64D, UH-60L, UH-72.  Scott is a married father of three, a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University at Hammond, Louisiana and holds a masters degree from Cameron University’s Business Administration Program at Lawton, Oklahoma.

Max flew C-2A, S-3B, C-9B and C-40A multi-engine aircraft, and served as a U.S. Navy Pilot for 21 years. He completed 19 overseas deployments, to include aircraft carrier operations in the Atlantic and Pacific and extensive worldwide aviation logistics experience. Max is a Strike Lead and Mission Commander, and has extensive experience with Program Management and Training Systems.  He has designed and developed complex navigation systems for manned and unmanned aircraft. Max currently develops requirements and objectives for the acquisition of aircraft and navigation systems for the US Navy. He designed and implemented numerous full spectrum aviation training programs. Max also led the effort to forward deploy Navy SEAL teams and provide aerial delivery of the team from the aircraft carrier. He is an experienced military instructor pilot with over 10,500 hours of flight time.  He is a holder of five Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals and certificates for 11 different aircraft. Max is a distinguished graduate from Texas A&M University.

Principal Associates - Intelligence, Investigations & Specialty Expertise

Manuel's forte is corporate investigations, polygraphs, hostage negotiations and resolving extortions.  A 22-year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and an expert witness in criminal and civil investigations.  Former Legal Attache in the U.S. Embassy - Bogota and Special Agent in Charge of the FBI contingent numbering 112 personnel.  Responsible for all extraterritorial Investigations in the countries of Colombia and Ecuador.  He is a qualified Polygraph Examiner and Bomb / Hazardous Device Technician with extensive experience as an instructor of FBI personnel, as well as local and foreign police.  Cuky holds a Juris Doctor and MA in Criminal Justice from the Interamerican University in Saturce, Puerto Rico and a BBA in Mayor Management from the University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras.     He speaks native Spanish and is conversant in Portuguese.

ARMIN CATE (Homeland Security SME)
Armin is a veteran Homeland Security operator, trainer and manager with 33-years’ experience in air, maritime and land border security operations. As a US Customs/ICE Special Agent, Coast Guard Commander and 101st Airborne Division Recon Sgt., Armin’s specialties include internal conspiracy investigations, risk management analysis, crisis management, covert, undercover, counter-terrorism, anti-piracy operations, as well as human intelligence source development, and field interrogations. He is a Subject Matter Expert on all aspects of security operations for airports, seaports and land borders. While serving as Chief of Intelligence for Coast Guard Marine Safety Office Miami, he developed Operation “On Guard” resulting in detection and apprehension of a suspected terrorist, Sayed Malike, at the Port of Miami in March 2003. Armin has vast experience conducting domestic and international seaport, airport and critical infrastructure security assessments and investigations. He is an expert in Executive Protection and has participated in Presidential Protection details and led post-hurricane disaster recovery operations. Armin has also designed and facilitated “All Threats/All Hazards” training for military and police throughout the Caribbean and South America. And as also flown a myriad of counter-drug, counter-guerrilla air surveillance missions in Central and South America.

PAUL CRESPO (Intelligence & Policy Communications SME)
Paul Crespo has 25 years of global experience in military, diplomatic, and intelligence operations, as well as corporate affairs. As a US Marine Corps Officer, he served in Infantry, Airborne and Special Operations units in the US, Europe, and Asia. Paul completed multiple tours with the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) as an Intelligence Officer and Military Attaché posted to US Embassies in the Balkans, Middle East, and Latin America. He also has experience in private sector security consulting and kidnap & ransom (K&R) negotiations, primarily in Latin America. Paul has significant  expertise in crisis management and security operations, having successfully led all aspects of security operations for US Presidential and Cabinet-level visits overseas, including a US Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) visit to Croatia and a US Presidential (POTUS) state visit to Venezuela. He also led the US embassy crisis response to US Commerce Secretary Ron Brown's fatal plane crash in Croatia. As an operator, Paul gained Maritime Special Operations experience in and around the Philippines, Korea and Japan while serving with a US Marine Expeditionary Unit - Special Operations Capable (MEU-SOC) where he prepared for maritime interdiction operations, embassy reinforcement and evacuation operations, in-extremis hostage rescue, fleet anti-terrorism operations, and direct action raids. Well versed in strategic and crisis communications, Paul has written extensively on security topics for national publications and appeared as a security expert on national TV news shows. A graduate of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, Paul has Masters Degrees in both War Studies (Kings College, University of London, England) and International Relations (Cambridge University, Cambridge, England). He is fluent in both English and Spanish and has held a TS/SCI clearance with DIA, while recently holding a SECRET clearance from the US Department of Defense.

STEPHEN "GUMSHOE" PEREZ (Urban Surveillance)
Stephen's forte is urban surveillance. He has 30 years of experience in the field, conducting civil, criminal, domestic as well as insurance related surveillance. Perez is also a fifteen year veteran of Law Enforcement, with five of the years assigned to a marine patrol unit responsible for Miami-Dade's Inter-Coastal waterways. Perez graduated with distinction from three Law Enforcement Academies in addition to Miami-Dade and Broward Community Colleges, and the University of Miami. His myriad of investigative and security experience includes general as well as complex investigations, industrial security, US Fortune 500 and 200 executive protection, and high-profile celebrity protective security details. Based in Miami, FL, for more than three decades his assignments have taken him around the United States and internationally, as well as throughout the state of Florida. Perez has over a decade of law enforcement experience working on multiple Federal, State and Local law enforcement task forces, as well as with the US Drug Enforcement Administration and US Customs ‘Blue Lighting’ task forces. Specific areas of expertise include: civil, criminal and insurance investigations, simple and complex background investigations, due diligence investigations, litigation support, financial investigations, fraud investigations, corporate investigations, mortgage insurance investigations, organized crime investigations, death investigations, suspected infidelity investigations, and general surveillance. In this latter area, Perez is regarded as a subject-matter expert in surveillance/monitoring human behavior, with extensive time spent in this capacity over this career. His longest single-target surveillance lasted for approximately one-year at twenty plus hours daily without incident.

GREG MIDDLETON (Intelligence, Hydrogeology)
Greg served his country as a U. S. Navy SEAL for over twenty years, rising from the enlisted ranks to his final rank of Lieutenant Commander at retirement. A collection specialist brought in by the Intelligence community to provide an operator’s viewpoint to intelligence collection and analysis, Mr. Middleton’s final assignment was as an instructor at the Fleet Intelligence Training Center – Pacific (FITCPAC).   Focusing on resource analysis and exploitation, Mr. Middleton leveraged upon his civilian employment experience in its application to terrain and target analysis.  A State of California Registered Geologist and Certified Hydrogeologist, Mr. Middleton has provided supervision in numerous large-scale groundwater investigations. Mr. Middleton has served as Project Manager and Senior Hydrogeologist for both national and international consulting firms. Earlier in his career, he was employed by the Mojave Water Agency as Principal Hydrogeologist, Senior Hydrogeologist by Wayne Perry, Incorporated, and as Senior Hydrogeologist for the United Water Conservation District. Mr. Middleton holds an undergraduate degree in Geology from California State University – Bakersfield and a Masters Degree in Environmental Studies from California State University – Fullerton.

ELISHA "ROCKMAN" MORGAN (Gemology, Precious Metals)
Elisha served 12 years as a Navy SEAL with expansive experience in Asia and Central America. Rockman is an expert in the field of Gemology and is a Senior Member of the Accredited Gemologists Association of America as well as a former governing board member of this select group. He has extensive experience in both the gemological and executive protection communities, with operations experience in Afghanistan, Africa, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Venezuela, Pakistan, Ukraine, France and Switzerland.  Elisha has 23 years experience in the aforementioned arena and maintains indigenous connections in these countries that can be of great assistance on gem and mineral projects. A graduate of the foremost school of gemology in the world, Gemological Institute of America (GIA) in Santa Monica, California, he is fluent in Spanish and conversant in French.   

DIEGO PEREZ (Martial Arts)
Diego is a Black Belt 8th degree in Tae Kwon Do.   In addition to Tae Kwon Do, Diego also excels in many other martial arts including, Filipino (knife and stick fighting and disarming), Hapkido (one on one submission), Jujitsu (ground fighting), Mix Martial Arts, Full Contact Fighting, self-defense, Krav Maga (Israeli Army self-defense), and self-protection tactics.

Diego is also an undefeated Caribbean Full Contact champion and at this time he is a National Martial Arts Instructor/Consultant.   Furthermore, Diego has served as a bodyguard for many private clients like Jorge Mas Canosa, Manny Diaz, as well as Special Security for VIP guests at the Miami Latin Grammys.  Mr. Perez is currently married to Mary Beth Klock-Perez and is a proud father of three children Richard, Karen and Diego Jr.

Administration & Logistics

Ordonio has expansive experience in the field of administration; she recently served as Office Manager for a prime contractor in Iraq.  She was responsible for all administrative and human resource management issues supporting all Central and Southern [Iraq] region operations, including personnel badging, SPOT reporting and deployment, arming authority, and visas. She was responsible for the preparation and transmittal of all project and personnel reporting to KO/COR, and planned, developed, or recommended Admin and HR policies and procedures to senior management. Ordonio has successfully performed a number of roles, such as HR Manager, Project Manager, and Administration Manager, at various corporations in both Iraq and Qatar. Ordonio possesses excellent written and verbal communications skills, as well as comprehensive software and computing skills with all general business applications. Extensive experience in the preparation of all manner of routine business documentation, reports, presentations, and communications.  She has a B.S., Social Work, University of Negros Occidental Recoletos, Bacolod City, the Philippines.  She is fluent in Tagalo and English.

Parungao is a Human Resources specialist, he recently served as HR Manager for a large security contractor in Iraq, where he was overall responsible for all HR functions, to include employee relations, benefits, and compensation, as well as formulation, administration and implementation of HR policies. He is an expert in the preparation and maintenance of SPOT and Arming Authority documentation. Oversight, coordination, and management of all employment related records information, including personnel files and records administration. Parungao also served as Logistics and Administrative Coordinator for other security contractors in Iraq and was responsible for all administrative functions, including tracking and processing all travel, badging, visas, and other personnel information.  His experience also includes responsibility for operation of 100% error-free inventory and control of warehousing parts, researching and building parts catalogs, and document-to-storage processing at Camp Anaconda, Iraq.  Parungao was also an Administrative Assistant to Manila (Philippines) Civil Service Commission, responsible for operation of the Agenda Generation and Tracking System (database), drafting of official communications, preparation of meeting transcripts, and maintenance and updating of the official Commission Resolutions database.  He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of the East, Manila, the Philippines, with extended instruction in Computer Programming from the Systems Technology Institute, Manila, the Philippines.  He is fluent in Tagalo and English.


Inesoria is an experienced Logistics Manager, recently serving at National Physical Distribution Services, PepsiCola Products Philippines, Inc. (PCPPI).  He was responsible for sourcing, developing, instituting, evaluating, and monitoring all best practices across the industry in the areas of Physical Distribution, Warehousing and 3rd Party Operations Systems and Procedures in all PCPPI plants, conducting standardization studies and projects for continuous process improvement activities, and initiating training program and skill development opportunities for PCPPI management and staff.  He also served as Finance Manager at a PCPPI bottling plant, where he was responsible for implementing and monitoring all financial processes and controls, quality assurance and asset security, and efficiency and proper operation of all Information Technology (hardware and software) systems supporting business critical financial data.  Inesoria’s experience also includes that of a Corporate Auditor for Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines (CCBP), performing financial and operations reviews, and improving the records monitoring and control system to ensure accuracy and safety of company information and assets.  He holds a B.S. in Accounting from the University of San Agustin, the Philippines, where is graduated Cum Laude.  He is fluent in Tagalo and English.