Daniel R. Young

East Lansing, MI

Daniel R. Young

East Lansing, MI

Currently, Mr. Young is the President and CEO at Aegis Bleu, LLC, a global risk management company located in East Lansing, Michigan. Mr. Young is the inventor of a risk, threat, consequence and vulnerability software solution at Aegis Bleu, including Vulnerability Assessment Security Survey Tool (VASST).

Daniel Young completed his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science degrees in Criminal Justice with a Specialization in Security Management at Michigan State University and his Master of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship from Touro University International.

Previously, Mr. Young served as the Regional Bioterrorism Coordinator for District 1 in Michigan. As the regional coordinator, he was instrumental in providing leadership to District 1 organizations and the State of Michigan for preparing communities for an incident either terrorist based or naturally occurring. As a result, the District 1 Regional Medical Response Coalition (D1RMRC) developed a systems improvement plan that provided recommendations to help hospitals, public health, and emergency management prepare for all types of incidents.

Mr. Young also worked within private security for one of the largest security officer firms in the United States. He has been involved in the development of security programs for healthcare, manufacturing, chemical, and pharmaceutical companies.

Mr. Young acted as the Private Security Liaison for the City of Lansing’s Critical Infrastructure Team. This team identified and documented deficiencies in the city’s critical infrastructure. The Local Planning Team then approved the countermeasures to improve the resiliency of those targets.

Mr. Young is the co-founder of www.do1thing.us. This non-profit organization assists individuals and families in preparing for a disaster.

He is a member of ASIS International, where he has served as Chairperson. Mr. Young will be testing this year for his certification as Certified Protection Professional (CPP) from ASIS International.

He is also a local artist and donates much of his work to non-profits for silent auctions.