April 2018 Meeting
ASIS Palm Beach Members & Guest: Please join us on April 17th, 2018 for our monthly meeting at Duffy’s
On Tuesday, April 17th, 2018, from 1700 TO 1900, ASIS Palm Beaches Chapter 254 monthly meeting.
- 1700-1800 Networking
- 1800-1820 Meeting
- 1820-1900 Guest Speaker
Subject: Crises Management
Nabil Erian started his career as an Intelligence Interrogator in the United States Marine Corps where he served two combat tours in Iraq. Nabil was then successfully selected and became a member of the CIA’s elite Clandestine Service. As a CIA Intelligence Officer, Nabil supported top policymakers on high-level intelligence matters by recruiting and managing foreign intelligence agents overseas. In 1996, Nabil decided to transfer his military and government skills to multinationals with interests in high-risk countries. Nabil became one of the top experts in leading large multinationals to enter & operate in high-risk markets in Eastern Europe, Africa, Middle East as well as Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. Nabil’s roles also included leading global Risk, Resilience & Crisis Management teams to maximize corporate profits by reducing disruptions and their impact on business objectives.
Today, Nabil is the Chief Security Officer for CTC International Group – a company comprised of former CIA officers who specialize in Investigations, Consultancy & Risk & Crisis Management.
Nabil has a BSc in Business Management from the University of the State of New York, Albany. In addition to English, Nabil speaks Arabic, French, Italian and Persian Farsi.
Nabil is an avid equestrian and competes internationally in long distance endurance races. Nabil also enjoys mountaineering and successfully climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and Mont Blanc; the two highest peaks in Africa and Europe.
Dinner is as follows:
There is no charge for the room per person if dinner is not ordered.
(Networking and Dinner will be from 5:00-6:00) (NOTE – YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A MEMBER TO ATTEND – GUESTS ARE WELCOME)
Meeting Fee: $5.00
Frank Good Patrick Miller
Chairman Don Neff