Lyle Rapacki earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Northern Arizona University and his Doctorate from Clayton College of Natural Medicine specializing in the treatment of psychological disorders with natural medicine. He enjoyed a 20-year private practice. Approximately one-half of his practice case-load was delegated to Behavioral Forensic Profiling and Threat Assessments, and he earned a Post-Doctorate Diplomate in Forensic Counseling. A former police officer, Dr. Rapacki assisted law enforcement from 1985 - 1991 regionally and nationally with intelligence analysis and investigations of deviant movement groups and taught at law enforcement academies nationwide. From 2000 to 2005, Dr. Rapacki taught in the Criminal Justice Department at Wayland Baptist University Phoenix campus. He briefly held the position of Director for the Public Safety Administration, Homeland Security and Crisis Management Programs at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona in 2008.
Mr. Jim Stockstill is nationally recognized for being a subject-matter and security specialist in the area of maritime transportation systems; including, but not limited to: Inland waterways, ports, and the outer continental shelf. Jim serves on the Intelligence subcommittee of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Gulf of Mexico Areas Maritime Security Committee. Mr. Stockstill holds a Secret Clearance which allows him to receive Intelligence Briefings and Counterterrorism information in matters addressing potential threats to maritime domains in and contiguous with the United States. Mr. Stockstill graduated with Honors in Economics and Marketing along with receiving an MBA in International Finance. He has held prominent positions in civic organizations and the marketplace. He served as the District Chairman of the Republican Party for the State of Louisiana.