President & CEO

Timothy Holmsley is a former US Special Forces officer with over 25 years of leadership and international security experience. As a civilian transnational threats specialist, he also worked closely with the FBI and international law enforcement to counter organized crime and terrorism.

Certified Project Management Professional (PMP); Licensed Private Investigator and Close Protection Officer.






Lead Special Operations Forces planner for President Obama's security during a state visit to South Africa and for his attendance at Dr. Nelson Mandela's memorial service

Principal adviser to four separate Iraqi intelligence agency directors - Improving the effectiveness of intelligence collection 


25 Years

in International Security



Combat deployments to the Middle East and Afghanistan; Peace enforcement in the Balkans

Lead planner for the development of the Polish Special Operations Command and  for rebuilding Georgia’s (country) Special Operations Forces after the Russian-Georgian conflict in 2008





Trained and advised military, police, and other security forces from all over the world in operational planning, intelligence, information analysis, and investigations

Robert Bacon  -  Huxley Orion

Robert is a 20-year veteran of the NY National Guard and has extensive operational experience working with international law enforcement, financial regulators, intelligence units, and private businesses. He is also an author and proven leader in financial and counter-terror investigations. Robert now trains others to overcome challenges associated with investigating complex money laundering schemes, international organized crime syndicates, and terror networks. Living in his native Costa Rica, Robert has an in-depth understanding of Latin American and Caribbean Threat Finance regulations and illicit finance trends in their cultural and historical contexts.

Mariam Chaduneli  -  Steinlein Group

Mariam Chaduneli holds a master’s degree in Innovation, Technology and the Law from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland specializing in information security, IT law, and data protection. During her LL.M. studies, she worked as a legal reporter in Sottish courts where she attended and analyzed judicial proceedings. Prior to obtaining the UK Government’s Chevening Scholarship for her master’s studies, she was a chief project management specialist in the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia where she coordinated international capacity building projects in integrated border management and cybercrime investigations.