Retired Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Special Agents and Security Experts with over 85 years of combined federal law enforcement and corporate security experience, founded Global Security Alliance (GSA) in 2018. GSA brings together the collective experiences and capabilities of several proven security companies, combined to deliver professional expertise from diverse U.S Intelligence, Military Special Operations Units and domestic and international law enforcement agencies. GSA’s executives served in FBI leadership, diplomatic and investigative roles with increasing levels of responsibility to include senior level positions. Our experience is unparalleled and through our strategic and international alliances, we have an impeccable reputation for implementing real-world security mitigation strategies; consequently, saving lives and preserving companies’ reputation.
GSA is a U.S. Military Veteran and Minority-owned and operated company.
Victor D. Lloyd
Victor is a retired Supervisory Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and former U.S. Diplomat. During his distinguished career, he led multiple successful global FBI operations and directed a number of specialized programs and initiatives pertaining to Criminal and U.S. Intelligence Operations. He served his last five years in the public sector as a U.S. Diplomat in a senior-level position overseeing the U.S. Government’s security and intelligence objectives in 19 countries throughout parts of the Middle East and Africa.
Stationed in Nigeria for two years with the FBI, he led all major financial fraud and criminal investigations for the U.S. Government. Additionally, his expertise in conducting intelligence-led counter-terrorism and related threat assessments has mitigated numerous threats for both governments and corporations. His accomplishments resulted in him being awarded the Meritorious Honor Award from an U.S. Ambassador and being recognized by name on the floor of the U.S. Senate for his investigative prowess. Additional commendations include the distinctions of receiving the Outstanding Agent of the Year Award from the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
In 2016, Victor retired from the public sector after 26 years of federal service and has served since as a security consultant and trainer in Africa and the Middle East on matters pertaining to; Anti-terrorism, Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Procurement and Contractual Irregularities, Conflicts of Interest, Cyber-Investigations, Business Risks, and Security Management.
Victor holds a Master’s in Executive Management and is a Certified Project Manager (PMP), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), and ASIS Certified Protection Professional & Physical Security Professional. Additionally, he holds multiple internationally recognized cybersecurity certifications.
Trisha Gibbs is a retired Supervisory Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), retired Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Marine Corps, and former U.S. Diplomat. She is a proven law enforcement leader with an extensive international, investigative, and training portfolio. Her career in public service has been dedicated to building trust, with a tenacity to achieve meaningful results, undeterred by adversity.
As a senior FBI representative for more than five years stationed in Nigeria, Iraq, Pakistan, and Hungry; Trisha had regional responsibilities for eight (8) countries within her Areas of Responsibilities (AOR). In this capacity, she provided embassy staff, military, and government officials with an intelligence and law enforcement perspective for strategy development and operational planning. While working with the U.S. Government’s international partners to investigate terrorism, hostage-taking, piracy, criminal and public corruption cases, she increased collaboration and enhanced the U.S. Government’s (USG) partners’ law enforcement capabilities while emphasizing human rights. Additionally, Trisha was instrumental in increasing the capacity the USG partners’ ability to investigate complex crimes by provided training in advance investigative techniques. Her extensive experience as a counter-terrorism expert was invaluable in aiding international partners’ ability to mitigate terrorist attacks through coordinated operations. Additionally, Trish has extensive experience leading and investigating kidnapping case, ultimately resulting in the successful resolution of more than 30 incidents in Iraq, Pakistan, and Nigeria
Trisha supervised the FBI’s crisis response programs which included: the Evidence Response Team, Special Events, SWAT, Hazardous Devices, Crisis Negotiation, and Weapons of Mass Destruction; to include the crisis response planning for Superbowl LIII. In addition to working with Law Enforcement and Intelligence Partners, Trisha’s expertise has been extended to conducting risk assessments and crisis responses to international businesses and NGOs, to protect their personnel, assets, and reputations.
Trisha has an MBA from the University of Delaware and was certified by the FBI as an instructor in; leadership, tactics, firearms, terrorism, and active shooter response. She severed in a senior leadership position at The FBI’s Training Academy (Quantico), where she supervised 15 instructors, develop curriculum and instructed national and international senior leaders, in training courses accredited by The University of Virginia.