The annual election of the Board of Directors will be on November 16, 2017.
Individuals interested in running for the Board of Directors should plan on attending the September 21, 2017 Chapter Meeting. Candidates will be given an opportunity to introduce themselves and explain how they can serve the needs of the Chapter. Each candidate will be given 3-5 minutes, depending on the number of candidates.
Qualified individuals should be hardworking, dedicated individuals who can recruit subject matter experts to make presentations, identify venues for meetings, recruit corporate sponsors, and help to organize leaders of businesses representing New Hampshire’s critical infrastructure into teams of subject matter experts.
I am one of the co-founders and current President of the InfraGard-NH Chapter. Much has been accomplished, starting from the inception of a NH Chapter nearly three years ago, through to where we are today. However, much more can be accomplished. Please consider me when you select the leaders that you believe can continue the momentum and transition the chapter to the next level. Thank you.
After serving in the Marine Corps Clint Rand joined the Massachusetts State Police. During college and law school he was a prosecutor for the Hampton, NH Police Department and then a law clerk in the office of Judge Wayne J. Mullavey in Exeter, NH. He joined the FBI and was a foreign counterintelligence agent for 23 years. After retiring he joined the criminal justice faculty and coached the varsity ski team at Saint Anselm College. More recently he was the director for public safety and homeland security for Zebra Technologies International, a member of the committee for homeland security for the American Electronics Association and a director of security and compliance for Smith & Wesson Corporation. He is a graduate of UNH, attended BU School of Law, has an MS in Industrial Security from Northern Illinois University where he is a doctoral candidate in Ed Psych. He is currently a member of the BOD of Infrgard-NH.
Christine has a diverse background which includes 20+ years of law enforcement experience.Other professional experience includes; USAF K9 Handler/Security Police, USAF Gulf War Veteran and Detective-Investigative Services Bureau Derry, NH Police Department. Christine Muise is currently employed in the financial industry as a Senior Investigator at TD Bank in Bedford, NH.
Jim is one of the founding members of the NH Infragard chapter and has been the chapter Treasurer since its inception in 2015. Prior to that, he was an active member of Boston Infragard since joining in 2007. He holds undergraduate degrees in English and Accounting along with graduate degrees in Business Administration and Information Technology. Jim is currently president of Ion Beam Milling, a high tech manufacturing company in Manchester and along with his wife co-owns Flight Coffee, a coffee roaster in Bedford. Prior to Ion Beam Milling, Jim worked in information technology and security roles for companies such as Ernst & Young, Microsoft, International Network Services, Lucent, and Akibia. Jim sees this coming year as a transition period as the chapter transitions from its infancy period would like to remain on the board for one more year to help guide its progress towards maturity.
Seeking a new board seat:
Resides in Manchester, NH
- Member of InfraGard – New Hampshire Alliance & Boston
- Former Seat on Boston InfraGard Board of Directors
- Former Sector Chief of the Boston InfraGard’s Transportation Critical Infrastructure
- 35 Years in Commercial Transportation Management with Roadway Express, Abenaqui Carriers, J&S Transport, and Xpress Natural Gas
- Veteran United States Navy
- Certified Director of Safety
- Member New Hampshire Motor Transport Association
- Member Massachusetts Motor Transport Association
- Member National Tank Truck Carriers Association
- Graduate of the Virginia Military Institute