Tom Sloan, Senior Security Consultant

Before joining GTAC as a Senior Security Consultant, Mr. Sloan was Director Consulting Services, Frontiermedex/UnitedHealthcare, Vice President Global Security, NYSE Euronext, and Vice President for Physical Security, First Data/Western Union. Mr. Sloan was a Special Agent in Charge – Baltimore Field Office, US Secret Service 1999-2001, where he managed over 40 criminal investigators, directed complex financial crimes investigations, and oversaw presidential visits to Camp David.

When he was Special Agent in Charge – Major Events Division, US Secret Service 1997-1999,  Mr. Sloan managed over 35 specialized security event planners, directed a 42 million dollar budget, designed and implemented sophisticated security systems for US Government sponsored national security special events, such as: Presidential Campaign 2000, Papal visit to Saint Louis 1999, United Nations General Assembly 1997-1999, NATO 50th celebration 1999, World Energy Conference in Houston 1998 and Salt Lake City Winter Olympics – 2002. Other senior supervisory USSS positions from 1989 to 1997: Security of President William Clinton (White House), Managed an international fraud task force (New York), Developed Computer Fraud Program (New York), Managed protection group for New York field office, Managed over 1100 Secret Service personnel manpower requirements (Headquarters). Associations include ASIS International, Association of Former Agents of the United States Secret Service (AFAUSSS), Overseas Advisory Council, US State Department (OSAC), and NY/NJ Electronic Crimes Task Force Member (US Secret Service).

Mr. Sloan received a Master’s of Forensic Science degree from George Washington University and a Bachelor’s degree from Villanova University.

Books authored by Tom Sloan:

Mr. Sloan’s first book, Bratva’s Rose Tattoo, a political thriller, tells the story on how an Air Force transport plane, ferrying the president’s limousine and scores of Secret Service, Marine and Air Force personnel, goes missing over Saudi Arabia. The author donated all of the proceeds of this book to Children’s Specialized Hospital and the Navy SEAL Foundation. His second book, Guardians of Democracy, 150th Anniversary of the U.S. Secret Serviceraised over eighty thousand dollars for non-profits. His third book, Bratva’s Revenge, will serve to raise awareness and financial support for the Navy SEAL Foundation’s programs to assist those who suffer from traumatic brain injuries due to blasts (TBIb). Here’s a short storyline: “The Bratva grieves for the loss of their leader, slain anonymously by a sniper’s single shot to the head. Young Belov is the newly installed mob chieftain, and seeks to kill the person he believes orchestrated his father’s execution. Retired Secret Service Director, Larry Cassell, is in his sights. Belov orders his Bratva operatives to kidnap Cassell’s daughter and son. They are to be used as pawns to draw Director Cassell into a trap, and inflict upon him a slow, painful death. He wants revenge. Thrust back into the mix are Will Strain, a Coast Guard Captain, and his wife, Carly, the newly installed Special Agent in Charge of the Secret Service’s Miami Office. While both survived a previous Bratva’s attempt to use Will’s wife as leverage in an international hostage negotiation, there is no indication that Belov’s direction of interest is to target Carly. This does not go well, and revenge is sweet.”