Bradley D. Schnur, Esq.
President & CEO, Senior Executive Service Resources, Ltd.
Mr. Schnur is a practicing attorney and has maintained his own private law practice. In addition, Mr. Schnur has had corporate general counsel experience in the advertising and entertainment industries with an agency owned by the Omnicom Group of companies. In the past, Mr. Schnur has also served as an Assistant District Attorney with the Brooklyn (NY) District Attorney's Office. Mr. Schnur has been active with law enforcement related organizations for more than a decade. Mr. Schnur is the General Counsel of the Federal Drug Agents Foundation and co-founder of the Police Foundation of Nassau County (NY). Mr. Schnur received his JD from Hofstra University School of Law in New York and his undergraduate degree from The American University in Washington, DC.
Martin D. Ficke
Vice President & Director of Operations, Senior Executive Service Resources, Ltd.
Prior to leaving government service after 33 years, in February, 2007, Martin D. Ficke served as the Special Agent in Charge, New York, for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Office of Investigations. ICE serves as the primary investigative component of the Department of Homeland Security and is the second largest investigative agency in the Federal Government. As the head of New York office, Mr. Ficke led ICE's largest Office of Investigations, whose mission is to secure the homeland through enforcement of customs and immigration laws. Within his area of responsibility were JFK International Airport, one of the world's largest air facilities and the Port of New York/New Jersey, the largest container port complex on the East Coast.
As the Special Agent in Charge, Mr. Ficke managed the El Dorado Task Force (EDTF), the largest multi-agency money laundering task force in the United States. Under his direction, Commercial Fraud, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Trafficking in Counterfeit Goods violations were incorporated into the EDTF to add a money-laundering component to the traditional law enforcement approach to these investigations.
Prior to his appointment as the New York Special Agent in Charge, Mr. Ficke held the position of Associate Special Agent in Charge for the U.S. Customs Service, Office of Investigations, in Newark, New Jersey for three (3) years. From 1998 to 2000, Mr.Ficke served as a Program Manager for U.S. Customs Service, Office of Investigations, New York, where he was responsible for estab-lishing strategies and policies to confront narcotics smuggling and money laundering in the New York area. He was responsible for developing a cohesive narcotics interdiction program consistent with the local threat and national policy.
Mr. Ficke served as the Assistant Special Agent in Charge for narcotics smuggling for the U.S. Customs Service, Newark, NewJersey office for a ten-year period from 1988 to 1998.
Mr.Ficke began his law enforcement career as a Special Agent with the U.S. Immigration Service in 1974 and is a graduate of Rider University (Lawrenceville, NJ).
Former Executive Director of the National Incident Response Unit in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Former Director of Homeland Security’s Federal Protective Service (FPS), and Former Deputy Assistant Director for Judicial Security (United States Marshal’s Service)
In January of 2008, Shingler retired after serving more than 36 years in senior federal law enforcement and homeland security positions. When he retired, Shingler was serving as Executive Director of the National Incident Response Unit in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Department of Homeland Security’s largest criminal investigation agency. In this position, he led emergency management and preparedness initiatives for ICE internationally and the ICE command and control operations and tactical communications.
Prior to his tenure at the National Incident Response Unit, Shingler served as the Director of Homeland Security’s Federal Protective Service (FPS), which is responsible for the physical security of federal buildings and facilities throughout the nation.
Shingler went to the FPS after serving 14 years in the U.S. Marshals Service. As the Marshals Service, he served in a variety of senior management positions, ending his tenure as the Deputy Assistant Director for Judicial Security. In this position, he was responsible for the physical security of the nation’s judicial employees and facilities.
Shingler received commendation from the President of the United States for his role in the development of the Department of Justice’s Vulnerability Assessment for Federal Facilities following the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.
CAMS Former Deputy Director, Operations & Executive Assistant Director of Law Enforcement Policy for the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) Former Executive Director of Operations, United States Customs Service Office of Investigations
Connie Fenchel has a broad range of law enforcement, regulatory and management expertise in financial crimes and customs violations and over 26 years of government and private sector experience.
Ms. Fenchel served as the Deputy Director, Operations and the Executive Assistant Director of Law Enforcement Policy for the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) from 1999-2003 overseeing the operating programs and regulatory policies of FinCEN and she was responsible for ensuring that FinCEN's programs and policies effectively supported federal, state, and local law enforcement investigations and initiatives. Ms. Fenchel led FinCEN's effort to administer the recordkeeping, reporting and anti-money laundering provisions of the BSA and USA PATRIOT Act more effectively and efficiently, and reorganized the operational offices within FinCEN . Ms. Fenchel conducted training seminars internationally and throughout the U.S for law enforcement and the financial industry on money laundering, the BSA and the USA Patriot Act.
As the Executive Director of Operations for U.S. Customs Service (USCS), Office of Investigations, Ms. Fenchel was responsible for the direction and oversight of all investigations conducted by USCS Special Agents, including smuggling, illegal export and money laundering investigations. During her tenure, Ms. Fenchel directed the largest undercover money laundering investigation in U.S. history and created a cyber-smuggling center focusing primarily on child pornography investigations via the internet.
Ms. Fenchel began her career with USCS in San Francisco, California. There she served as a Special Agent, Senior Special Agent, and Group Supervisor from 1977 to 1986. She conducted a wide range of complex criminal investigations involving drug smuggling, money laundering, commercial fraud, and export violations.
Ms. Fenchel holds a Masters Degree in Management from National Louis University and a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of South Florida. She is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Women in Federal Law Enforcement, the Federal Law Enforcement Officers' Association, the Association for Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists., among others.
Ms. Fenchel is currently president of Global Consulting Services Inc., specializing in anti-money laundering, the Bank Secrecy Act, and customs matters. Her expertise includes internal reviews and investigations, threat/risk assessments, domestic and international training, expert testimony and anti-money laundering program development.
David Edelson, M.D.
MD, FACP, CEO & Medical Director, HealthBridge, LLC, Assistant Clinical Professor, Albert Einstein Medical College.
David G. Edelson, MD, FACP is currently CEO and Medical Director of HealthBridge, a multi-disciplinary medical facility specializing in corporate wellness programs. He is the creator of the EHOP program (employee health optimization program), which was recently adopted by the Nassau County Police Department as one of their preferred preventative healthcare programs.
Dr. Edelson is a graduate of Northwestern University's Honors Program in Medical Education. He served as Chief Resident at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, and is currently an Associate Attending of Medicine at the North Shore/LIJ Healthcare System. He is also an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Albert Einstein Medical School. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Bariatric Medicine, and recognized as one of the country's leading authorities on nutrition and weight management. He is also a Senior Aviation Medical Examiner for the Federal Aviation Administration.
Dr. Edelson is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. He has published original research in the Journal of the American Diabetes Association, and has been featured in prestigious newspapers and magazines and has appeared many times on television. He is the recipient of awards, including a National Merit Scholarship, the Physician's Recognition Award from the American Medical Association, a Preceptorship Award from the American College of Physicians, the faculty teaching award at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, and a National Leadership Award from the National Republican Congressional Committee.
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