Nathan Carmack, M.Ed., CIPM, started his career as a local deputy sheriff and later served as a State of Georgia Probation Officer. During that time, he had the privilege to serve on personal protection details for both the President and Vice President of the United States. Nathan has been a trainer for cultural property personnel and presented seminars for the Georgia Parole Association and citizen groups. He is a Certified Institution Protection Manager for cultural properties and has completed FEMA training in a variety of subjects including community preparedness, terrorism, and special events security planning. Additionally, Nathan is a consultant on hospitality industry-related security topics.
Mr. Carmack holds a B.B.A. in Finance from The University of Georgia and an M.B.A. in Finance from Georgia State University. As Vice President, Nat oversees all aspects of the business on a daily basis including procurement, accounting, sales, staff development, administration of federal contracts, and staffing.
Carmack is a Certified Protection Professional, Board Certified by the American Society for Industrial Security. Established in 1977, the Certified Protection Professional® is the preeminent designation awarded to individuals whose primary responsibilities are in security management and who have demonstrated advanced knowledge in security solutions and best business practices. This group of professionals has demonstrated its competency in the areas of security solutions and best-business practices through an intensive qualification and testing program. As a result, these men and women have been awarded the coveted designation of CPP®, and are recognized as proven leaders in their profession. CPP Certification is active through 2016.
Mr. Greene is recently retired after 32 years in local law enforcement. He served in all aspects of the Athens-Clarke County Police Department, rising to chief of police. He has extensive knowledge in crime prevention and criminal investigations. Mr. Greene has completed all levels of training in I.C.S. through FEMA, Leadership in Police Organizations through the IACP, and is a graduate of the 248th session of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Academy for Law Enforcement Executives. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice from George Mason University, and a M.P.A. from Columbus State University.