integrity  ///   vision   ///   Commitment 


I was never afraid of failure, for I would sooner fail than not be among the best. ~John Keats 




Fear is a habit, so is self-pity, defeat, anxiety, despair, hopelessness and resignation. You can eliminate all of these negative habits with two simple resolves," I can! and I will!"


  

Chris Spears

CEO, President and Director of business development,

has over 15 years of professional experience working in business management and risk mitigation while gaining a strong foundation in security practices to include, policy, procedure, tactical, physical, protection, and consulting. He have been assigned to security details for both military and civilian operations working and consulting on asset protection.  Chris has been involved in high level personal security, as well as force protection, and state mandated emergency operations procedures.   With a passion for business 








 

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development he has now found himself involved in new projects helping veteran owned business's and non profit organizations. These projects include, apply for grants, small business loans, and receive veteran assisted government funding to ensure the overall success and growth of their business.  Through his experience Chris is able to share with others by conducting interactive training clinics, team building seminars, leadership development courses, and assisting with creative marketing strategies helping clients achieve their business goals while minimizing their risk.


Career Highlights 

  • Started and operated responsible citizen and law enforcement firearms training company throughout the southeast United States. 
  • Director of marketing and media relations for veteran owned firearms manufacturing company
  • Conduct leadership development courses for corporations, college ROTC, and law enforcement agencies 
  • Director of business management for non profit organization, Second Steps Amputees, benefiting victims from Sierra Leone, Africa.
  • Developed "Family Safe" program to ensure the overall security of your families vital information, home, children, and assets.
Chris' passion for training and teaching has now expanded his business, conducting seminars and case study research for both business productivity and employee management, as well as work place violence prevention. 
Through interactive seminars and team building events Chris has helped companies build a stable, more productive work environment for employees with diverse backgrounds to include, sexual gender, religion, and political beliefs. 
Chris has had the opportunity to work with law enforcement agencies, corporations, security consulting companies, college ROTC, job placement companies, church groups, as well as many individual clients throughout the US.


Ronnie Humphries 

CFO, Vice President and Director of training,

has over 17 years of experience training and working in operational environments with a background in law enforcement and military applications.  Ronnie is a former Marine that carries the added experience working with counter-drug operations and fugitive recovery.  His leadership and professionalism carries with it an extensive knowledge base for operational planning, field medical prctice, investigations, and criminology.  Ronnie has continued his service in the military now as a NCO (Non Commisoined Officer) with the Georgia Army National Guard serving as a narcotics officer and with security operations for the state of Georgia.  Through comprehensive training Ronnie offers clients challenging instruction that builds on leadership, strengths,  and weaknesses.  




a veteran owned business development and risk mitigation company                        www.roguedefensivestrategies.com


“Success is going from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.” 

~Winston Churchill