Andrew Boyle is co-president of Boyle Transportation, a firm that provides secure, validated transportation & logistics services to select clients in the biotech/pharmaceutical and government/defense sectors. Boyle is now a subsidiary of Andlauer Healthcare Group, a Toronto Stock Exchange-listed provider of diversified healthcare logistics services. Prior to returning to the company in 2003, Andrew was an investment banker with J.P. Morgan. He earned an MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and an AB from Bowdoin College, where his academic performance was undistinguished and his athletic career was underwhelming.
Andrew is 2nd vice chair of the American Trucking Associations and a member of the American Transportation Research Institute’s (ATRI) board of directors and of Northwestern University Transportation Center’s business advisory committee. He’s also a trustee of Eastern Bank and serves on boards and committees of several non-profit organizations including House of Hope and The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp. He is a three time winner of the KGC’s “4th Best Looking Man” award.
Nick is a Special Agent with the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) Office of Criminal Investigations (OCI) since 2014. He is currently a member of the FDA Cyber Crimes Investigative Unit (CCIU).
Prior to joining FDA, Nick worked for the Department of Commerce National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as a Special Agent investigating wildlife crime for seven years. He successfully investigated crimes involving wildlife trafficking, prescription drug diversion, prescription drug and device trafficking, among other federal crimes.
Special Agent in Charge Cannon has over 40 years of Law Enforcement experience, having served in several different positions with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
In 2008, he was promoted to Special Agent in Charge of the GBI Major Theft Unit where he currently serves. SAC Cannon was tasked with the development and management of the Major Theft Unit which is responsible for cargo theft investigations in the state of Georgia.
SAC Cannon served during the Democratic National Convention, the Olympic Games in Atlanta, the G-8 Summit at Sea Island, and as a member of the GBI Special Response Team as well as the State of Georgia Special Weapons and Tactics Team.
SAC Cannon has twice received the GBI Directors Award for investigative excellence during his career, as well as the GBI Meritorious Service Award, and the Medal of Valor from the International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association.
SAC Cannon graduated from Columbus State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. He is a graduate of the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Command College and the Professional Management Program at Columbus State University. He is a Senior Instructor at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center, where he instructs on topics regarding drug investigations and cargo theft.
Barry is the CEO and Founder of Overhaul, an Austin based technology company providing real-time visibility and risk management solutions designed to protect product integrity and bring compliance to the global transportation industry. With over 30 years of supply chain security experience, Barry is considered one of the originators of modern-day supply chain security standards and best practices which have been adopted by shippers of high-value freight worldwide.
Chuck Forsaith joined Purdue Pharma L.P. in 2001, after 21 years of service as both a New Hampshire municipal and State Police officer – and also having formally directed security operations for a United States Military Installation.
His responsibilities with Purdue Pharma include managing all domestic and international supply chain security efforts, as well as regulatory compliance with all Federal and International supply chain security programs. He also acts as the Chairman of the Pharmaceutical Cargo Security Coalition (PCSC), which consists of members from a wide variety of disciplines who monitor the security of pharmaceutical goods, in both transit and storage all over the world.
He has lectured domestically and internationally in the disciplines of Pharmaceutical Supply Chain and Site Security for such organizations as the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Food and Drug Administration, Drug Enforcement Administration, the United States Department of Justice, United States Customs and the United States Department of Homeland Security.
Rob Jones joined Cisive in 2017 and leads their global operations and executive intelligence division. Prior to joining Cisive, Rob held a leadership position with a specialist global risk management consultancy. In this role, he developed and implemented risk assessment, due diligence, and compliance programs for Fortune 100 corporations operating internationally.
Throughout his career, he has worked for a number of multinational companies as a security and investigative executive, and has leadership experience in multiple business sectors. Mr. Jones served on the ASIS commission on guidelines and standards from 2003-2017 and has helped develop reference documents on a wide range of security and investigative topics.
Dr. Nicolette Louissaint serves as the Executive Director of Healthcare Ready, where she works to meet the most pressing patient needs before, during and after natural disasters, disease outbreaks and catastrophic events.
Prior to joining Healthcare Ready, Nicolette was the Senior Advisor to the State Department’s Special Coordinator for Ebola during the height of the Ebola Epidemic of 2014. In this role, she helped coordinate international response efforts. Nicolette currently serves as the Public Health Representative on FEMA’s National Advisory Council, as a Commissioner on the Baltimore City Sustainability Commission, and as a co-Chair of the Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council (HPHSCC) under the Department of Homeland Security, leading on supply chain issues.
Nicolette holds Bachelors of Science degrees in Chemical Engineering and Biological Sciences from Carnegie Mellon University, a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and an M.B.A from the University of Baltimore. She completed post-doctoral fellowships at the Johns Hopkins University and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She has also been recently been named in The Root 100 most influential African Americans in 2020.
Scott Martino is the Director of Global Intelligence at Sensitech, formally known as FreightWatch International. Scott is responsible for creating and directing global strategies designed to proactively mitigate evolving threats to the global supply chain.
Scott has spent the past twenty-three years in law enforcement and private sector security, where he has led security and investigations for numerous Fortune Fifty companies like Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile, Walmart and HP.
Prior to beginning his current role, Scott served as Global Head of Supply Chain Security at HP Inc. In this position, Scott’s team had worldwide responsibility to protect HP’s end to end supply chain, to include investigations, audits and security projects.
Before entering the private sector, Scott spent ten years with the Montgomery, Alabama Police Department, where he served as Commander of Robbery-Homicide and a Police Spokesman.
Scott holds a Master’s Degree in Business Management and Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice.