ClearForce, a global technology leader in the early and ongoing discovery of behavioral risk, announced today that 23-year FBI veteran and Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department, Jody Weis, has joined its Advisory Board.
Following his law enforcement career, in 2011 Weis founded a consulting firm that provided litigation support, investigation, media support, training, and business development services. In 2014 Weis took on the role of Associate Director at Accenture, where he provided public safety industry insight to the North American and global teams and guided the vision and strategy for Accenture’s Public Safety practice for seven years.
“Jody Weis is a valuable asset that ClearForce is very fortunate to have on its advisory board,” said Tom Miller, CEO of ClearForce. “As we look out for opportunities to support law enforcement officials all across the country, Weis’ experience will prove helpful in making sure that we are addressing their most pressing needs and communicating that in the best-possible way.”
Specifically, Weis will provide insight and advice into expanding ClearForce’s Resolve platform to address suicide prevention and risk management for public safety, first responders, plus law enforcement agencies and metropolitan police departments.
Weis will be joining a ClearForce Advisory Board that includes Major General Robert E. Wheeler, USAF, (Ret.); Sonu Singh, founder and CEO of The 1901 Group; Norm Nixon, NBA All-Star and Co-Founder an Executive Director of the Debbie Allen Dance Academy; Steve Milovich, President of Milovich Partners; Peter Metzger, Vice Chairman of DHR International; Pete Markakos, President and Founder of EDC Consulting and President of McLane Advanced Technologies; Lieutenant General Gina M. Grosso, USAF, (Ret.); suicide prevention, mental health, and substance abuse expert Dr. Keita Franklin; Dan Duncan, Founder and CEO of Credit Shop; cybersecurity expert Mary Beth Borgwing; and the Honorable W. Ross Ashley, III, Vice President for Government Affairs and Federal Markets at Payfone. “As a former law enforcement official, I know that the work ClearForce is doing will change the lives of those men and women who dedicate themselves to protecting our communities and our country,” said Jody Weis. “I look forward to working closely with the rest of the Advisory Board to make this vision a reality.”
ClearForce CEO Tom Miller recently joined the Cyber Guild’s Governance, Risk and Compliance Community. The Cyber Guild’s commitment to attracting diversity to all levels of the industry and to ensuring opportunities are as universal as talent make them a key part of the cybersecurity workforce.
Anna Cotton’s legal and security background will be essential to the continued development of ClearForce’s insider threat services and the legal framework for compliance