Wes Bank, LPC is currently the Director of Loss Prevention for DHL eCommerce, overseeing risk management, government regulatory, audit, investigations, and physical security. A Loss Prevention practitioner since 1990, Wes previously held Loss Prevention management roles with Velocity Express, Office Depot, and Jewel-Osco. Wes has worked diligently to support various industry initiatives over the years. He served on the Loss Prevention Foundation’s certification committee during the early development of the Loss Prevention Qualified (LPQ) and Certified (LPC) programs. He furnished the basis for a case study on safety incentives published in Occupational Health & Safety, September 2008. He founded and chaired the ISCPO’s Carrier Security Audit Committee with the objective to improve “final-mile” carrier compliance. He has been a participating member of Merchant Risk Council, RILA, and InfraGard. Wes has a B.S. Degree in Economics from Northern Illinois University.
Corey earned his B.S. degree in Administration of Justice from Southern Illinois University in 1991. In 1997 he earned his M.A. in Criminal Justice and Criminology from the University of Texas at Arlington. He has five years of experience as a police officer and 18 years’ experience in corporate security. His current role is the Americas Regional Security Manager at Texas Instruments in Dallas, Texas. His current duties focus on executive security, investigations, security system design, access control, security surveys, and guard force management. Corey also serves as an adjunct instructor at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas.
Rod is the Co-Founder and former Chairman of the ISCPO. Currently, Rod is the Managing Partner for Optic Risk Solutions in Dallas, Texas. Prior to Optic Risk Solutions, Rod was the Executive Director for D & L Protective Services. He has served in executive loss prevention and security positions with companies such as Pinkerton Consulting and Investigations, Blockbuster Entertainment and Loomis Fargo. He served seven years in the United States Navy and also worked as an adult probation officer for the State of Texas. Rod has a bachelor’s degree in criminal science and has completed graduate work in criminal psychology. He has published articles in several professional periodicals. Additionally, he has written a book entitled A Manager’s Guide to Workplace Violence. His specialties include internal theft, investigations, active shooter, workplace violence and program development. Rod has been a guest speaker on subjects such as security for houses of worship, internal theft, armed robbery, executive protection, workplace violence and other topics. He is a graduate of the Dallas FBI Citizens Academy. Rod serves on the advisory board to the University Of North Texas School Of Criminal Justice.
Glenn is the Co-Founder and inaugural Chairman of the ISCPO. He is currently employed with Pitney Bowes as the Director of Loss Prevention, Commerce Services and as an Adjunct Professor at Texas Christian University. Working both domestically and internationally specializing in Supply Chain, Transportation, and Logistics, Glenn has held both executive and management positions with companies such as Newgistics, Office Depot, Henry Schein and Motorola. In addition, he has had the unique opportunity to build Loss Prevention programs from the ground floor at several companies. His educational background includes a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati and a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice from the University of Texas-Arlington.
Liz D’Aloia is the founder of HR Virtuoso Company. Based in Texas, HR Virtuoso has two lines of business. The first is a mobile recruiting software system that helps companies optimize their employment application processes and increase their candidate pool. Additionally, HR Virtuoso offers HR and employment law consulting services, including: Complex project management such as restructurings, compensation plan design and implementation, and staffing models; FLSA compliance strategies; Positive employee relations training; Employee handbook development and training; Diversity, outreach, and other recruiting strategies to support affirmative action plans.
Prior to launching HR Virtuoso, Liz rose through the ranks of transportation, retail, and mortgage companies as a Senior Employment Attorney and VP of HR. She holds a BA from Hampshire College and a JD from Brooklyn Law School. She is admitted to practice in Texas, New York, New Jersey, Florida, and Kansas. Liz is a nationally recognized blogger, speaker, and HR practitioner.
Wayne Hoover is currently the Senior Partner, Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates and he has personally conducted over a thousand interviews and interrogations on incidents ranging from arson to theft over the last 27 years. He was directly responsible for the supervision of the firm’s investigative division. He also helped create the Certified Forensic Interviewer (CFI) designation that holds interviewers to a higher standard of obtaining the truth. In this capacity he oversees all the divisions of CFIs, of which there are over 1800 CFIs around the world, as well as the members of the International Association of Interviewers.
Wayne has spoken numerous times as a Keynote Speaker at many conferences for both the private and public sectors. From the National Retail Federation Loss Prevention Conference annual meeting, to FLETC, ISCPO annual conference, and ACFE Conferences. In addition, he has presented lectures as a guest instructor at police academies, colleges, and professional associations and company meetings in the United States and Internationally. He is responsible for overseeing Wicklander-Zulawski instructors teaching over 500 presentations and seminars internationally in the public and private sector every year. Since 1982, Wicklander-Zulawski has trained over 200,000 individuals around the globe on the non-confrontational interview and interrogation techniques.
Tom Meehan, CFI is a leading loss prevention expert in all things cybersecurity and information technology. He is the chief strategy officer and chief information security officer at CONTROLTEK, the retail technology editor at Loss Prevention Magazineand the co-host of the Loss Prevention Research Council podcast CrimeScience. His industry influence is also present through his roles as Sr. Technology Advisor, board member and Innovation Team Chair with the Loss Prevention Research Council. Prior to joining CONTROLTEK Tom was director of technology and investigations with Bloomingdale’s, where he was responsible for physical security, internal investigations, asset protection systems and data analytics. Prior to his 13-year tenure at Bloomingdale’s, he worked for Home Depot in loss prevention, and has had various technology, loss prevention, and operational roles at several other companies.
Malcolm Beckwith, has an extensive background as a loss prevention executive. He currently works for Tuesday Morning as the Safety/Loss Prevention Manager. Previously, he worked for Ross stores as the Director of Loss Prevention for the supply chain network. He also served as the Regional Loss Prevention Director for Ross Stores. Prior to his tenure at Ross Stores Malcolm served as the director of loss prevention for Sears stores and as the Assistant Vice President Loss Prevention for Marshalls/TJ Maxx stores where he was responsible for all Marshalls stores and distribution centers located throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Lastly, he served as CEO/President of Beckwith and associates executive search. Malcolm has previously served on the executive board of directors for the Northeast Boys Scouts of America and the Boys and Girls Club of MetroWest New England. Throughout his career Malcolm has been profiled in many diversity articles that included the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Evansville Courier, and the Loss Prevention Magazine.