Showing posts with label TigerSwan's CEO James Reese. Show all posts
Showing posts with label TigerSwan's CEO James Reese. Show all posts

Wednesday, 17 April 2019

TigerSwan: Operational Experience

TigerSwan is a leading risk mitigation, crisis management and global affairs consulting and services firm that operates around the globe. It has been serving some of the most well-known brands and individuals around the world since it was founded in 2007, and it is headquartered in Apex, North Carolina. 


TigerSwan was founded by retired members of the United States Delta Force, and every member of its team has extensive operational experience.

Thursday, 11 April 2019

James Reese, TigerSwan and Business Assiciates Meeting a displaced Christian

Military veteran and CEO of TigerSwan James Reese and business associates meet a displaced Christian from Syria in the Kurdistan Regional Government.

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Retired LTC Delta Force Commander and founder of TigerSwan James Reese takes a picture with Governor Atroshe in Duhok, Iraq. 

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CEO of TigerSwan and philanthropist James Reese supports the MD Anderson Mantle Cell Lymphoma Center, led by Dr. Michael Wang. 

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Wednesday, 6 March 2019

James Reese, TigerSwan CEO: Military Accomplishments

James Reese—the Founder and CEO of leading security solutions firm TigerSwan—served in the United States Military for more than 25 years. Much of that service took place as member of the well-regarded Delta Force—of which he officially retired from in 2007.

Reese retired from the military as a decorated combat leader and disabled veteran, though not before earning the opportunity to serve as a trusted advisor to some of the highest-ranking officials in the service. A veteran of both Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, Reese served as lead advisor for Special Operations to the Director of the CIA right after the events of 9/11 and Operation Enduring Freedom.

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He was also chosen, at personal request, to serve as the primary advisor for the Joint Special Operations Command to the Combined Forces Coalition Commander in 2003 and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

James Reese—who continues to serve as TigerSwan CEO—has provided advice to international leaders on six continents.

Wednesday, 27 February 2019

James Reese, TigerSwan CEO: 37 Years of Achievement

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James Reese is Chairman, CEO and Founder of TigerSwan—a firm that specializes in global risk management, capacity building and security consulting. Reese, a military servicemember for more than 25 years, has accomplished a great deal throughout his career—including service as an advisor to international leaders on six continents, the transformation of an $800 million vendor program for the U.S. State Department, and the development of an industry leader in global risk management and mitigation solutions.

Thursday, 14 February 2019

TigerSwan’s James Reese: Valued Leader

James Reese is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of TigerSwan, a VA-certified, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business with headquarters in Apex, North Carolina. He’s well-known as a valued leader who served within Delta Force operations and in the U.S. Government interagency community, and he has helped TigerSwan grow to become one of the largest Risk Mitigation, Crisis Management and Global Affairs consulting and services firms in the world.

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Services Offered by James Reese and the TigerSwan Team

At TigerSwan, James Reese and his elite teams offer services around the globe to corporations, governments, agencies, families, and individuals. They specialize in delivering solutions to uncertainty as protectors, problem solvers, and leaders, and they offer an array of services ranging from vulnerability management and risk mitigation to pre-travel planning and fixed-site security. TigerSwan’s teams protect clients and their assets, reducing exposure and developing plans for potential threatening events. 

Tuesday, 5 February 2019

James Reese: TigerSwan Operations

James Reese launched operations with the TigerSwan firm in 2008– it is a VA-certified, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business with headquarters in Apex, North Carolina. He established the firm following his retirement from his role as a United States Military Delta Force member and over two decades of service. He’s best known as a cross-functional leader with decades operating in multicultural, fast-paced military environments, and this experience helps him better serve the firm’s many clients.

Wednesday, 23 January 2019

James Reese: Respected Leader and TigerSwan Founder

James Reese is a former Delta Force member, a respected leader, and a problem-solving expert who established the TigerSwan firm in 2008. The firm was initially an idea conceived while on a cold-weather training mission in Colorado, and today it is a global organization with operations in over fifty countries. TigerSwan maintains a reputation for having one of the best teams in the industry, and Mr. Reese is regarded as an experienced cross-functional leader with over three decades of achievements.

Monday, 24 December 2018

TigerSwan: Risk Mitigation and Crisis Management Solutions

TigerSwan, LLC, is headquartered in Apex, North Carolina, with offices located around the globe. A Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, TigerSwan is a risk mitigation, crisis management, and global affairs consulting and services firm established in 2008.


“Since the terror attacks on the United States on 9/11, the subway attacks in London on 7/7, and continued daily threats to global stability, the world has changed,” reads the firm’s website. “Corporations, governments and non-governmental organizations worldwide are in an epic struggle unlike any other in our history. TigerSwan is a new type of organization that assists in providing stability and protecting your strategic advantage.”

TigerSwan provides asymmetric solutions to allow your business to operate safely in a global environment and provide you a strategic advantage and TigerSwan’s personnel are available around the clock and around the globe to provide you with the stability you need.

Sunday, 16 December 2018

James Reese, Founder of TigerSwan: Responding to a Crisis

Intelligence gathering is an essential component of both crisis prevention and crisis response, explains TigerSwan founder and CEO, James Reese. In fact, knowing what is being said about you often allows you to catch a negative “trend” that, if unchecked, turns into a crisis.

Likewise, explains James Reese, leading TigerSwan executive, monitoring feedback from all stakeholders during a crisis allows you to accurately adapt your strategy and tactics.

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Both require monitoring systems be established in advance. For traditional and social media, Google Alerts are the no-cost favorite, but there are also free social media tracking apps available. In fact, there a variety of paid monitoring services that provide not only monitoring, but also the ability to report results in a number of formats. Monitoring other stakeholders means training personnel who have front-line contact with stakeholders (e.g., customer service) to report to decision makers on your crisis communication team.

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Tuesday, 4 December 2018

James Reese: TigerSwan Founder and Chief Executive Officer

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James Reese and his team at TigerSwan have the resources, experience, and expertise needed to prepare clients for heightened risk. Equipped with a Global Security Operations Center and the advanced real-time situational awareness platform known as GuardianAngel, James Reeseand his TigerSwan security and risk mitigation consultants have the capability to ensure the safety and success of humanitarian projects around the globe

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Wednesday, 21 November 2018

James Reese, Chairman of TigerSwan: Delta Force Veteran and Combat Leader

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James Reese, the Chairman and CEO of TigerSwan, was a servicemember in the much-heralded Delta Force until 2007. Over the course of his military career, Reese enjoyed the opportunity to serve in both Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom – as well as to provide advice and guidance to international leaders on six continents throughout the world.

Thursday, 15 November 2018

James Reese, TigerSwan Chairman: A Closer Look at SDVOSBs

James Reese enjoyed a lengthy, successful and decorated career in the US Special Forces – having served for more than 25 years in the coveted “Delta Force” before retiring as Lt. Colonel in 2007. It wasn’t long after retirement that Reese started TigerSwan, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that provides global risk management solutions to clients around the globe.

As James Reese knows, the SDVOSB designation first went into effect after the passage of The Veterans Benefits, Health Care, and Information Technology Act of 2006. Once enacted, the law gave the Department of Veterans Affairs the power to procure contracts with a variety of sub-groups of small businesses throughout the country. Notably, SDVOSBs were given the most prominence in that small business hierarchy.

SDVOSBs are defined as companies with “at least 51 percent direct, unconditional ownership by a military veteran.” The current federal government goal is to award 3 percent of all federal contracts to SDVOSBs.
To find out more about Reese, the TigerSwan team and SDVOSBs, visit the TigerSwan website today.

Friday, 6 July 2018

James Reese, TigerSwan CEO: Creating an Innovative Work Environment

James Reese, TigerSwan Chairman and CEO, places considerable value on workplace creativity, as he knows that new ideas and innovation can come from anywhere and at any time. Under Reese’s leadership, TigerSwan has not only grown, but thrived in the global security and risk mitigation space; in large part due to his focus on rewarding both innovation and entrepreneurship that comes from within. 

Often times it’s the cultivation of an innovative workplace culture that fuels the progress and growth of the organization. To do so, it helps to:
  • Maintain an open-door policy. By giving employees the opportunity and freedom to share their thoughts and ideas on products, processes and services, you provide them a genuine opportunity to contribute to the progress and success of the firm.
  • Encourage collaboration. When employees are free to communicate with one another, to share ideas and critiques, and to collaborate in the development of solutions, innovation is often the result.