ICI INTERNATIONAL Cage# 7FAJ2
Earl R. Johnson, Ph D, CII, CEO
Certified International Investigator:
ICI is a global private investigation agency with extensive experience in Maritime appraisals, criminal and accident investigations, cargo assessments and investigations. As the CEO of ICI he has many years of Law enforcement experience and currently holds a USCG 200 Ton Masters license, and TWIC approval. Licensed in New York and Florida.
Certified International Investigator.
Fields of expertise: Investigation of international financial fraud, intelligence gathering, counter terrorism, corporate security and cyber security solutions.
Worldwide operations: Predominately in the Far East, Middle East, Europe, and South America.
Consultant to Governments and Educational Institutions.
Member of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP).
Lethal Force Institute.
Community Anti-Terrorism Training Institute.
Khyber Interactive Associates, weapons proficiency.
Awareness Protective Consultants.
Sanuces Ryu System, PIA Association
Former law enforcement officer in the State of California, and Florida.
Deputy Inspector, (Ret. Hon. Resigned) NYPD Highway Patrol, prior assignment NYPD Harbor Unit. - New York City Police Department.
Member of the International Police Association, New York City chapter.
Member of the International Association of Marine Investigators (IAMI).
Member of the New Jersey State Law Enforcement Officers Association.
Member of Blue Knights International
United States Merchant Marine Officer - Masters License.
Past member of the American Arbitration Association.
Former member of the Center for Gulf Studies, United Arab Emirates.
Attended Texas A&M University in Cooperation with Homeland Security (DHS) and Office of Grants and Training (G&T). Successfully completed Enhanced Incident Management in Weapons of mass destruction and Unified Command.
Maritime Institute of Technology & Graduate Studies.
International Finance, California University for Advanced Studies, upon completing his Master’s degree he received a Doctorate in Business Management.
The County of Bergen, Department of Public Safety, Law & Public Safety Institute Police, Fire, EMS Academies.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY, Criminal Center, Essex County College, Security Management Institute.
Certificate of Training:
Training and certificates from the Emergency Managing Institute, under the FEMA Emergency Management System
Gulfport Police Department: Training in Counter Terrorism, and Threat Assessment Level 1 Tactical Operations-Gulfport, Mississippi
Wes Doss, MS, PhD, President
Wes served 21 years in the US Army with multiple forward deployments, in varying roles, to include; Airborne Infantry, Law Enforcement, Protective Service and Counter Intelligence, he also a highly decorated law enforcement professional, with over 26 years as a Deputy Sheriff/Police Officer in both Arizona and Louisiana, serving in specialized roles such as; Training, Tactical Operations (SWAT), and Criminal Investigations
Currently Wes is an internationally recognized firearms, tactics, and security subject matter expert with substantial military & civilian criminal justice experience, as well as significant operational time with both military & law enforcement tactical operations & protective service organizations. Wes holds specialized instructor certifications from the U.S. Army, the U.S. Marine Corps, Arizona POST, the Smith & Wesson Academy, the Sigarms Academy, the NRA LEAD, FEMA and the US Department of State.
Wes has studied adult education & human performance extensively and has a broad background in the martial arts, with over 25 years of training, teaching, competitive fighting experience. Wes is the Founder, President, & General Operating Manager of Khyber Interactive Associates, LLC and the 1 inch to 100 yards Warrior Conference LLC. Wes holds a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration and an upper level Doctorate in Psychology, with an emphasis on sports and performance psychology. Wes is a member of a number of professional associations, including: The International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI), The National Rifle Association (NRA), The National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA), The Military Police Regimental Association (MPRA), The International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA) and the International Association of Counter Terrorism and Security Professionals (IACTSP).
Wes is also a published author, with numerous articles in various publications, such as; American Hand gunner, American Cop, Police Magazine, Law Officer, SWAT magazine, ASLET “The Trainer”, and The NTOA “Tactical Edge”. Wes is also the author of the bestselling books “Train to Win”, and “Condition to Win” both are training psychology/philosophy books focused on law enforcement and military trainers and professionals.
Richard Ramcharitar, Director of Marketing
Richard Ramcharitar is a member of ICI’s leadership team, He brings to ICI a solid career and experience with U.S. legacy air carriers; Pan American World Airways, Evergreen International Airlines, and American Airlines. He had a key role in Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering/Production Control in the Shift Manager's Office for Pan Am’s World Maintenance Base at JFK International Airport. He was involved in the coordination of ground equipment operations for Evergreen at JFK; before he joined American's Passenger Services Department in JFK and later International Operations/International Security at Miami International Airport.
During his tenure at American; he held leadership positions in airport passenger services; customer service and flight operations management; international airline drug and contraband security (AADSP). He was also qualified under the FAA's Ground Security Coordinator (GSC) program; with special Federal Inspection Station (FIS) and Security Identification Display Access (SIDA).
Richard was company liaison for American with other airline (OA) ground handling contracts. He was able to get American and the Sabre Reservations Group in Dallas, Texas to implement a customized SABRE computer reservation partition system, valued at $5 million dollars; for a ground handling contract with British West Indies Airways (BWIA) in JFK. This program allowed for automated ticketing, baggage check-in; departure and arrival gate processing; computerized weight and balance load control operations. His recommendations and subsequent approval; saved the ground handling contract between the two companies and made it viable and profitable for both companies to continue their contractual agreement.
Richard planned, coordinated, managed, and supervised daily operations at JFK and MIA; he hired, trained, coached and counseled company personnel; administered the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) airline safety regulations; conducted workplace safety assessments, audits, security investigations and written reports. He was also responsible for monthly and the annual department budget preparation process; which he presented to the Senior Vice President for approval.
He was company liaison to Federal law enforcement agencies; U.S. Immigration (USINS) and U.S. Customs (USC) and the Customs Enforcement Teams (CET) at MIA; as well as other Federal, State and Local law enforcement agencies at the airport. During his tenure in the industry; he built up a reputation of mutual respect and trustworthiness; and he maintained excellent working relationships with Port Directors, Supervisors and field Officers. He was quite successful in managing a variety of airline security related matters that would have cost the company tens of millions of dollars in penalties and fines annually. Richard was recognized by senior level management in Miami and Headquarters for his outstanding performance in AA's International Operations and International Security Operations.
After the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; in which American and United Airlines aircraft were hi-jacked to attack the U.S.; Richard was called upon by a former Israeli airline security colleague and International Security Administrator at AA Headquarters to help startup an aviation security training and consulting company named International Security Defense Systems, LLC., which is based in the U.S., and currently has operations in other countries around the world. Richard’s role with ISDS; involved marketing and business development, as well as writing security training curriculum and meeting with domestic and foreign airlines and Port Authority officials to present ISDS training and consulting services for their consideration and purchase approval.
Richard assembled security officers and supervised armed security patrols to protect premises and personnel for a FEMA hospital contract in West Palm Beach after hurricane Wilma. As a Security Supervisor at the King Tut and Cradle of Christianity "Dead Sea Scrolls" Museum Exhibits in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; he supervised and participated in armed plain clothes security operations for the two high profile exhibits. He also has experience as a Dillard's department store Loss Prevention Officer; utilizing CCTV surveillance systems; along with carrying out in-store apprehensions and turning over shoplifters to local Police and recovering thousands of dollars in high value merchandise. He has also been involved in luxury high-rise security operations.
Richard attended College, University and Private Pilot Ground School in New York and Florida. He studied Associate and Bachelor degree courses in Airframe and Powerplant - Aeronautical Engineering at the College of Aeronautics; La Guardia Airport in Queens, New York; and eCommerce Marketing (Hon), Marketing Management (Hon), International Business and Trade with a minor in Marketing at Broward College and Florida Atlantic University. He attended Gold Coast School of Real Estate in Miami, Florida; passed the State licensing exam and has a valid Florida Real Estate license. His real estate experience entailed; working with real estate and mortgage brokers; commercial property and business opportunity investors; preparing comparative market analysis for buyer and seller clients; marketing and sales of commercial and residential real estate.
Edward Ludermann, Vice President
Former senior level executive with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), for 25 years whose final assignment was Special Agent in charge of the New York office.
During his career he supervised numerous reactive crimes which included kidnapping and extortions. Edward in addition instructed at the FBI Academy Quantico, Virginia.
After his retirement from the FBI, Edward was appointed the Director of Security Globally for JPMorgan Chase Bank. During his time with JPMorgan Bank in addition to his directorship he became a member of the banks senior management and Security Counsel Team.
Troy Wilkinson –Executive Vice President, Cyber Security Division of ICI International
Troy Wilkinson began his career serving others as a Law Enforcement officer. He commanded a
Joint Terrorism Task Force, was a lead bomb investigator, and violent crime and homicide
detective however his greatest achievement in the field of law enforcement came from his
ability and skill investigating and prosecuting child pornography and other electronic crimes.
Wilkinson was recruited by the U.S. State Department to train police officers in Kosovo on
cyber investigations. Working under the George W Bush and Obama presidencies, he was a top
U.S. cyber investigator seconded to the United Nations and European Union to lead
investigations into political corruption, organized crime, war crimes, financial crimes and
terrorism. Together with a team of international investigators, Wilkinson built the first IT
forensics lab in the European Union Mission in Kosovo.
After returning home to the U.S, Wilkinson joined ICI International Security, Inc. as the
Executive Vice President, Cyber Security Division, with a mission to work with global
organizations to stop the spread of cyber crime and lead investigations into the most complex
digital cases. ICI International Security, Inc leverages the most advanced technology and world
class expertise to assess, monitor, detect and prevent today's advanced persistent threats.
Wilkinson is an international speaker on cyber security focusing on the topics of emerging
cyber threats & trends, ransomware, DDoS, and cyber security careers.
Stephen R. Green, MBA
ICO (Inicial Coin Offering)
Securities and Financial
- Senior financial controller and security analyst for multinational retail organization
- Vice president of Internal Audit and Compliance Division of major multinational financial services firm. Responsibilities included:
Reported to CFO and Corporate Audit Committee
Operational and financial audits
Management of relationship with regulatory bodies including the NYSE, NASD, NYSBD, SEC and FSA for Global Equities
- Vice President and Administrative Officer for Global Equity Finance
- Director for swiss based multinational financial services firm reporting to CFO of Global Equities
Responsible for budgeting, systems development and integration, interface with regulators and oversight committees as well as interface with corporate and external counsel
- Director of international staff of professionals responsible for client compliance with global documentation and contractual requirements for domestic and off shore business activities across the Equities Division.
- Chief Compliance Officer for a Registered Investment Advisor
John Foos - Senior Level Executive
John Foos was a senior level executive with 40 years of military, law enforcement
and corporate security experience.
For 13 years he served as Director of Corporate Security for Bankers Trust Company, a financial services firm with worldwide operations.
Prior to joining the private sector, he was a special agent of the FBI and served with the Marine Corps in Vietnam as an infantry commander.
John has held leadership positions with several national and international banking security association.
Shannon is a graduate from the University of Nevada, Las
Vegas with a Bachelors in Management Information Systems. She also earned her Master’s
in Information Systems Management from the University of Phoenix. Shannon spent
12 years overseas working for the United Nations Mission building software
platforms for the organization from a human resources recruitment system to a
sexual misconduct tracking system in the technology sector.
During her time as the Director of Software Development for
an eHealth company, she has led teams building software platforms for some of
the largest healthcare organizations in the US such as Cigna, Walgreens and Blue
Cross Blue Shield.
Shannon saw the need for cybersecurity solutions and
services for businesses that did not have a dedicated IT security team, with the mission to protect America’s businesses
from cyber criminals by combining a robust software platform with world-leading
Shannon heads the software development for Automated Threat Defense Platforms that provides automated
updates and threat defense to businesses.
Member - Council of
State of Florida
World Association of International
Investigators License # B-140028
License # A-130022