Skip Navigation LinksASIS International / Certification / Resources / New Additions to the PCB

New Additions to the PCB

Darin R. Dillon, CPP, a business development manager for Convergent

Technologies, has 30+ years experience in the electronic security & integrated systems industry with a focus in business development, sales, and implementing complex electronic security provisions for Fortune 1000 companies, hospitals, universities, and government municipalities. He has a successful career creating opportunities for design, negotiation and implementation of complex integrated systems for many of the world’s largest and most prominent corporations. Dillon is a former CPP Item Development Group (IDG) member and ASIS Council-Vice Chair.

Radek Havlis, CPP, is vice president International Security at the
Deutsche Telekom Group Business Security headquarters in Bonn, Germany. In this capacity, he is responsible for the group-wide implementation of the Deutsche Telekom’s security strategy (more than 40 countries around the globe). Havlis' nearly 20 years of security experience includes legal, corporate  security, physical, investigations, and telecommunications. His ASIS volunteer positions include Chapter Chairman and Regional Vice President.

Steven Kerley, CPP, formerly a Supervisory Special Agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), has 30 years of
experience as an investigator in both private and public sectors. He currently serves as the Deputy Inspector General for AFOSI overseeing inspections, internal investigations, and complaints resolution covering more than 200 locations worldwide. Kerley has been involved with ASIS since 1995 and is a former IDG member. His ASIS volunteer positions include Chapter Chairman and Regional Vice President.

William D. Moisant, CPP, PSP, is the Chief, Protection Division
Command Provost Marshal Directorate for U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). He manages and directs the TRADOC Force Protection Program with  responsibility for the development, implementation, coordination, and functional oversight of antiterrorism and other areas such as critical infrastructure risk management, emergency management, law enforcement, and related management decision packages. Moisant is a 29-year veteran of the U.S. Army Military Police Corps, serving various assignments in the U.S. and overseas, and has nine years of federal civil service. He held a volunteer position with ASIS as a legislative representative.