SECURITY, COUNTERTERRORISM EXPERT JOINS COUNCIL
ROSWELL, Ga. – John J. Enright, a security consultant with special expertise in counterterrorism and school safety, has joined the Firestorm Expert Council.
Enright served in the U.S. Secret Service for 20 years, including a five-year stint in the Presidential Protective Division. He currently heads Enright & Associates Inc., which provides security management expertise and consulting services to government and private-sector clients, and serves as homeland security/terrorism analyst for the NBC-TV affiliate in Providence, R.I.
The Firestorm Expert Council is comprised of dozens of highly respected leaders in security/safety, health/medicine, manufacturing/mining, crisis communications/response, risk management, law, finance and corporate governance/compliance. Distinguished members include former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. C. Everett Koop.
“It is an honor to be selected as an Expert Council member with Firestorm and to work with other distinguished members such as Dr. Koop on critical disaster preparedness issues facing our nation today,” Enright said. “I look forward to working with Firestorm and its Expert Council to provide the American public with the critical information and planning protocols it needs to protect businesses, institutions and families if faced with a developing crisis or disaster.”
Firestorm offers institutions of all types a no-fee conference call to discuss security and safety issues. The preparedness book “Disaster Ready People for a Disaster Ready America,” is available for free download at www.firestorm.com.
“John’s extensive background and knowledge of all aspects of physical security makes him an invaluable addition to the Expert Council,” Firestorm President/COO James W. Satterfield said. “Given the current focus on enhancing institutional security at schools, businesses, hospitals, etc., his presence will be critical in helping us address our clients’ needs.”
Firestorm is a strategic consulting firm which focuses on vulnerability analysis, threat assessment and mitigation, and crisis communications and management.