PASS leaders are a collection of security industry visionaries who are dedicated to making the changes needed to bring a new vision into reality when it comes to appropriately securing schools.
We are forward-thinking volunteers who believe that making schools safer is possible. We gather support from other relevant industry organizations and seek endorsement for this important security and life safety initiative. To learn more about the PASS steering committee, read our governance proposal.
Brett St. Pierre
PASS Chairman949-212-5811 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Brett St. Pierre is the director of business development, education solutions, with HID Global. He coordinates HID Global’s product roadmap and business strategy for the education vertical. He also serves as co-chair for the SIA Education Interest Group and is a member of NACCU.
Vice Chairman678-851-9950 | email@example.com
Jim Crumbley is owner of Risk Response Team. He has decades of experience in assisting schools with risk assessments and security program design.
Steering Committee Director319-861-8635 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Chuck Wilson serves as executive director for NSCA, a not-for-profit association representing the commercial low-voltage electronic systems industry, including systems contractors/integrators, product manufacturers, consultants, sales representatives, architects, specifying engineers, and other allied professionals.
Steering Committee Director301-804-4713 | email@example.com
Ron Hawkins is manager of member information and partnerships for the Security Industry Association (SIA). His interacts with other associations and organizations, serves as editor of SIA Technology Insights, and manages the implementation of SIA research projects.
Steering Committee Director913-387-0245 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Lord is the director of innovation and national accounts at All Systems, and is recognized as an innovative thought leader in life safety and security integration. He has more than 15 years of experience in the design and implementation of security and life safety applications.
STEERING COMMITTEE DIRECTOR| email@example.com
Michele Gay is a mother, former teacher, and founder of Safe and Sound: A Sandy Hook Initiative. After losing her daughter, Josephine Grace, on Dec. 14, 2012, in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, she chose to take action as an advocate for improved school security and safety. Michele’s background, along with her personal loss and post-tragedy perspective, leave her uniquely positioned to help schools prevent tragedy, as well as prepare and respond in the event of an emergency.
Guy M. Grace Jr.
STEERING COMMITTEE DIRECTOR303-347-3416 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Guy M. Grace Jr. serves as director of security and emergency planning for Littleton Public Schools, a suburb of Denver. Guy began providing district services to Littleton Public Schools (LPS) in 1990. Administration quickly recognized his security aptitude, promoting him first to patrolman, then to lead officer and security facilitator. In 1999, Guy was appointed to head the LPS Security Department. Guy has assisted in the designs of physical security programs for LPS and other school districts.
Steering Committee Director720-279-5607 | Mark.Williams@allegion.com
Mark Williams serves as vice president of architectural and construction services for Allegion PLC. He has over 30 years of experience in the security and safety industry, including 15 years as a fire and life-safety code instructor. Additional experience includes architectural specifications and safe schools survey development.