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Mr Ronald Martin, CPP

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Ron is appointed to the ASIS International’s Commission on Standards & Guidelines for 2018. The work of preparing standards and guidelines is carried out through the ASIS Standards and Guidelines Committees and governed by the Commission on Standards and Guidelines. The Commission ensures the development process is voluntary, nonproprietary, and consensus-based, utilizing the knowledge, experience, and expertise of ASIS membership, security professionals, and the global security profession. An ANSI accredited standard developing organization, ASIS International brings together volunteers and seek out views of persons who have an interest in the topic covered. Committees are open and balanced to ensure content relevancy, credibility, and broad acceptance.Ron is a member of the ASIS International Physical Security Council and serves as ASIS International’s Regional Vice President Region 3D (Louisiana/Mississippi). Voting member of The United States Technical Advisory Group to International Standards Organization, (ISO) which works to develop and articulate the U.S. position by ensuring the involvement of U.S stakeholders from the private and public sectors. Ron is a member of InfraGard Louisiana Membership Alliance (ILMA) Chapter as the North Louisiana Vice President. Ron serves as an Adjunct Professor at Capitol Technology University in Laurel MD. He was recently selected to serve on the International Foundation for Protection Officers, (IFPO) Board of Directors. Ron holds an AAS degree from Northern Virginia Community College, a Bachelor’s degree from George Mason University and a Master of Science degree from Frostburg State University. Recently, Ron was accepted in a doctoral program at Capitol Technology University. The Governor of the Commonwealth Kentucky designated Ron as an Honorary Kentucky Colonel for his service to the Commonwealth. In 2005 the Georgia Senate in Senate Resolution 439 recognized and commended him for his outstanding service to Augusta/Richmond County, Georgia.