BOBBY BRUMFIELD: Human Connection is the Foundation of Security Strategy
It takes many cups of tea and conversations to build trust and community, and that community is critical to our security regardless of country or context. This is something Bobby Brumfield first learnt as a US Marine in Afghanistan before moving to law enforcement, and finally organizational security; It starts with the individual. Bobby tackles a critical area of security and community, and challenges all of us to not only rethink how we view security, but acknowledge and step up to the role each of us have to play, as individual community security building blocks.
Bobby Brumfield is a former Law Enforcement Detective, Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Safe Streets Task Force member and Special Staff Advisor to Commanding Officers of U.S. Marine Corps Regimental Combat Teams who assisted in the operational development and support of Policing & Security strategies in Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
He supports Sustainable Development Goals 5 and 16 and his mission is to build security strategies based on Human Connection for our Workplaces and Communities.
Bobby is also the Co-Founder and Governance Committee Chair for the Men Against Domestic Violence Action Coalition (MADVAC) which is a “prevention-based” entity formed to provide outreach, training, support and resources for young Men & the leadership of organizations in the public and private sectors. The purpose is to serve as Speakers, Trainers & Mentors to help end Domestic and Sexual Violence Against Women and Girls.