Meet our diverse team of spirited entrepreneurs, veterans, security experts, and proud citizens.
Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of Finance
Jim Reese started TigerSwan after a decorated career in the military's elite Delta Force. As a service-disabled veteran, Reese entered the private sector undeterred by the new challenges of owning a small business, seizing the opportunity to be a "servant-leader." Today, his entrepreneurial spirit and mission to provide solutions to uncertainty have created a company with over 300 employees in 50 countries worldwide.
In Part 1 of our four-part series on veterans, entrepreneurship, and TigerSwan, we trace the recent history of veteran entrepreneurship in America. We also explain what it means to be a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business and how the federal government supports small enterprises with special socio-economic designations and set-aside contracts.
The technology that powers the GSOC and the Watch Officers that monitor the constant stream of information provide TigerSwan a worldwide capacity for assessing global events as they unfold, addressing critical security challenges of key assets, and managing the safety and integrity of operations across industries and geographies.