Doug Muldoon – Chairman
Doug retired in 2015 after 38 years in Law Enforcement. He spent his entire career with the City of Palm Bay Police Department in Florida and rose through the ranks to become the first internal Chief in 36 years. Doug is a graduate of the 153rd Session of the FBI National Academy. He served as the Florida Chapter President in 1998 and then appointed in 1999 as the Executive Secretary-Treasurer of that chapter. Doug was elected to the FBI National Academy Associates Board in 2005 and served as International President in 2013. Doug transitioned to the private sector in 2015 and is currently a Director of Law Enforcement Relations for ecoATM located in San Diego, California. He has served as a member of the FBINAA Charitable Foundation since 2014 serving as Chairman. Doug is still sworn as a Part Time Deputy with the Brevard County Sheriffs Office. Sheriff Wayne Ivey (237th Session) sworn him in in 2016.
Steve Cox – 2019 Vice Chair
John Moran – Treasurer
John retired from NYPD after 23 years, concluding his career as a Lieutenant assigned to the Emergency Services Unit. A graduate of the 202nd session, he was an active member of the NY/E. Canada Chapter until he moved to Florida in 2010 and joined that chapter. John is VP and CFO of a New Jersey nonprofit, HEART 9/11, and this expertise he was appointed Treasurer of the Foundation Board in addition to serving as the Section III Director. He is a contract instructor for DHS and also teaches at his local law enforcement academy in Florida.
I. George Delgado – 2019 Secratary
George is in his 29th year of law enforcement, serving six years with the California Highway Patrol and 18 years with the PD in Vancouver, Washington. In 2012, he was named Chief of Police in Des Moines, Washington. George graduated from the 227th Session and currently serves as President of the Washington Chapter. George became the Board’s Secretary in 2014.
II. Kelli Bailiff
Major Kelli Bailiff is the Executive Officer for the Operations Division, comprised of Patrol, Investigations and the Judicial Division at the Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Office in Kansas City, KS. Kelli graduated from the FBI National Academy, 200th Session and currently serves as a YLP Counselor/Instructor. She serves her Chapter as the Chair of the vendor program for their joint retrainer. Major Bailiff has been recognized numerous times locally and nationally for her work with victimized children. She is and has been for 24 years, the on-air host of Child Search, which airs on KMBC-TV Channel 9 news, a program dedicated to locating missing children and educating families on child safety. She is known as the community’s child safety expert and does special safety commercials that can be seen on many internet sites. Child Search has helped to reunite hundreds of children with their families. Major Bailiff has a Bachelor’s degree from Mid-America Nazarene University in Management and Human Relations. Major Bailiff serves on many local civic boards to include the Crime Stoppers / Tips Hot Line.
In 2016, Major Bailiff was bestowed the United States Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award, the United States Volunteer Service Award and the United States Gold Points of Light Foundation Award. She joins only 3 other people who have received even one of these awards in the KC Metro area.
III. Alan Ruhl
IV. John LeLacheur
John is a 36 year veteran of law enforcement, beginning with 2 years service on the PD in Hudson, New Hampshire. He then spent 30 years in the New Hampshire State Police, retiring with the rank of Captain to become Chief of Police in Beverly, Massachusetts. John was Vice President of the New England Chapter representing New Hampshire until he moved to Beverly. He is a graduate of the 241st Session.
Directors at Large:
Ed is the first “independent” member of the Foundation board, and his business insight is extremely valuable. He is President of Laguna Strategic Advisors, a California-based management consulting firm. Before that, he served for 40 years with Marriott Corporation, the last 22 years as President and Managing Director of International Lodging for Marriott Corporation. Ed is a renowned author and speaker, and he is involved in a large number of educational, civic, business, and professional organizations and associations. He has received worldwide recognition for his professional contributions and achievements in the hospitality industry. Ed served as a Captain in the US Army and was awarded the Bronze Star and the Army Commendation Medal for assignments in Vietnam and Germany.
Steve is the retired Chief of Police of Leawood, Kansas. He is a graduate of the 143rd Session and was Secretary/Treasurer of the New Mexico Chapter from 1999 to 2013. He served as Section I Director for a year before moving back to Kansas and becoming an At Large member.
Chuck retired in 2014 after 32 years in Law Enforcement. He started his career as a Police Officer in the Philadelphia area. With 8+ year’s on the job, Chuck joined the FBI. His first assignment was the Newark, New Jersey Division where he worked Organized Crime and was a Team Leader on the SWAT Team. He was then promoted to Supervisory Special Agent assigned to the Firearms Training Unit at the FBI Academy. Chuck completed his law enforcement career as the Deputy Unit Chief of the Firearms Training Unit and then entered the business world. In 2015 Chuck joined the team at 5.11 Tactical. Chuck is a Director focusing on Federal Law Enforcement, US Military and the FBINAA relationship. A resident of Myrtle Beach, Chuck is a proud member of the South Carolina Chapter of the FBINAA.
Mitch Mueller (Assist. Secratary)
Mitch retired in 2013 after 31 years in Law Enforcement. He spent his first 4 years with the City of Half Moon Bay Police Department (California) before joining the California Highway Patrol (CHP). Mitch ultimately attained the position of Academy Commander for the Department’s premier training center and is a graduate of the 210th Session of the FBI National Academy. He is a graduate from the California Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Command College, Class 52, and served on several committees, including the executive advisory committee for POST. Mitch has received several commendations for his contributions to law enforcement and holds the highest honor awarded to California law enforcement, the Medal of Valor. He has been very active with several non-profit and community based organizations, and he served as the Northern California Director for a statewide law enforcement foundation. Mitch was an active member of the FBINAA Northern California Chapter before relocating to North Texas with his family in 2014, where he joined the North Texas Chapter.
Bob served for 32 years in the Michigan State Police before being named Chief of Police in Williamstown, Michigan six years ago. A graduate of the 188th Session, he is Past President and current Treasurer of the Michigan Chapter of the FBINAA. Bob chairs the Youth Scholarship program for the Foundation.
Adam Geissenberger – Director
Kevin Wingerson – FBINAA National Board
Joe Hellebrand – FBINAA National Board
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