PASS Leadership

The Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS) is led by a multidisciplinary team of volunteers, supported by the PASS Advisory Council representing partners from the public and private sectors. PASS leadership is tasked with:

  • Building relationships across the education, public safety and industry communities in support of the PASS mission
  • Ensuring the PASS Safety and Security Guidelines for K-12 Schools and related tools and resources are up to date and informed by appropriate subject matter expertise and reflect best practices specific to K-12 environments
  • Educating stakeholders concerning PASS resources through speaking engagements, written communications, organizational partnerships and other mechanisms

Want to get involved with PASS? Contact us and let’s work together.

PASS Advisory Council

  • Guy Grace, Director of Security and Emergency Planning, Littleton Public Schools (Chair)
  • Mark Williams, Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (Vice-Chair)
  • Chuck Wilson, National Systems Contractors Association
  • Jake Parker, Security Industry Association
  • Jeremy Gulley, Superintendent, Jay School Corporation
  • Adam Lustig, National School Boards Association
  • Mark Berger, ASIS School Safety and Security Council
  • Brian Erickson, Davis Partnership Architects
  • Laura Frye, DHI - Door Security + Safety Professionals
  • Michele Gay, Safe and Sound Schools
  • Max Schacter, Safe Schools for Alex
  • Noel Glacer, Secure Our Schools Parkland
  • Kevin Wren, A3 Communications
  • Sheriff Tim Troyer, Elite Protection Strategies
  • Michael Garcia, HID Global
  • James Marcella, Axis Communications
  • Ken Cook, Allegion
  • Paul Franco, Convergint
  • Josephine Napoleon, Johnson Controls
  • Jim Crumbley, Risk Response Team
  • Scott Lord, Electronic Contracting Company
  • Mike Harmon, ESCO Communications
  • Paul Stoupa, Knox Box
  • Paul Timm, Facility Engineering Associates

Get Involved!

Want to get involved with PASS? We need your help to make schools safer. Contact us and let’s work together.

Our Safety and Security Guidelines for K-12 Schools

The most comprehensive information available on best practices specifically for securing school facilities.