The Strategos Team
Strategos International is led by veterans of law enforcement, the U.S. military, private security and education. We have diverse experience serving businesses, schools, churches and law enforcement. Strategos staff speak and train worldwide and are frequently sought out by regional and national media for expert commentary on active shooters, terrorism and crisis response.
ALL STAFF (alphabetical)
Cody Ashley Director of Sales and Marketing-Instructor
Guy Beveridge Director of Business Development
Todd Burke Firearms Program Manager
Kevin Hardy Project Manager-Instructor
Tim Kile Protection Leader/Project Manager
Nick Spencer Protection Leader/Project Manager
Leanda Warren Office Manager
Chuck Wolfe Director of Protection Projects Staffing
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Vaughn Baker is the president of Strategos International. He has 20 years of experience in law enforcement including patrol, investigation, SWAT and special operations. He has trained thousands of school, health care, government, law enforcement and military personnel. Vaughn has also developed specialized intruder response curriculum for schools and churches. He has created some of the nation’s leading training on behavior pattern recognition. Vaughn is also the author of The Church Security Handbook.
Vice President AND DIRECTOR OF TRAINING
Mark Warren is a former law enforcement officer in multiple jurisdictions including the Blue Springs, Mo., Police Department, where he finished his career with the rank of sergeant. He also served as an undercover officer for the Jackson County Drug Task Force. Before joining civilian law enforcement, he served in the U.S. Army as a military police officer. He has trained thousands of students through Strategos, the Surefire Institute and the Western Missouri Public Safety Institute.
REV. BARRY YOUNG
DIRECTOR, Church Security
Barry Young has dedicated his life to helping churches improve security. He has been the director of security at two churches in the Kansas City area and is a chaplain for the Independence, Mo., Police Department. He’s also a black belt in Sho-Lum-Tae Karate. Barry’s goal is for every church in the United States to have a comprehensive security plan and team that goes from the parking lot to the pulpit.