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School Dangers Organization (SDO) has named Jonathan Schweiger as their new Director of Strategic Partnerships. School Dangers is a 501(c)3 organisation which strives to improve school security nationwide through advocacy, education and application of technology. Schweiger will work closely with the board of directors. His key objective is to identify and sign companies who have an interest in school safety. Opportunities to partner with SDO include sponsoring the Certified School Security Professional (CSSP) training and certification program, participating in the SDO donor program, and creating triangular relationships with like-minded organisations.

Schweiger is joined by the SDO Board of Directors in these efforts. The board includes current members President Connie Moorhead, CEO of The CMOOR Group; Secretary Maria Cambria, Vice President, Technical Center of Excellence with FLIR Systems; and Treasurer Gregory Bernardo, physical security expert with more than 20 years’ experience.

Schweiger is an experienced executive who has raised funds for various business ventures during his 27 year career

Family protection & school security

We are very excited to have Jonathan join our team. He holds a keen interest in the safety of schools from the perspective of a parent and security professional. We are thrilled to have his energy and dedication as part of the growing SDO ranks.” said Moorhead. “I look forward to continuing to advance our mission with the leadership and support of Jonathan.

Schweiger is an experienced executive who has raised funds for various business ventures during his 27 year career. Currently, Mr. Schweiger is President and CEO of SmartTek Systems, one of his technology companies focusing on an App based mPERS Solution for the security industry, specifically Family Protection & School Security, something he’s very passionate about.

 Access control & CCTV solutions

Mr. Schweiger, a 17 year security industry veteran, began his career in security at Fire Burglary Instruments (FBII), a family owned manufacturer of burglar & fire alarm systems. He is a former Founder and President of Eye-On Alarms of New York, Inc., a provider of security, access control, and CCTV installations. As President, Mr. Schweiger was responsible for securing multiple Brink’s Home Security franchises throughout the United States before moving into the Electronic Tolling Industry.

In 2002, Mr. Schweiger cofounded Highway Toll Administration, LLC, an electronic tolling company. From conception to implementation, Jonathan helped HTA become the largest supplier of electronic tolling solutions for the rental car industry before moving into the Smartphone Application Sector in 2009. HTA was recently acquired by Platinum Equity Investment Firm in March 2018.School Dangers Organization works to help school officials, parents and students understand the changes in school securiy

Safety training & communication

Mr. Schweiger is a family rights advocate who volunteers his time to several non-profit organisations and is very passionate about both his family & his children. “I’m very excited about my new affiliation with School Dangers Organization, I firmly believe that protecting our teachers, protects our children” said Jonathan. He added “I look forward to working closely with the SDO board of directors and brining many new partner opportunities to SDO.”

School Dangers Organization works to help school officials, parents and students understand the changes in school security today, encourage discussion and overall make it easier for schools to improve the safety and security of our nation’s children. They support their goals by educating the public, fostering an environment for open discussion, and by delivering services for training, planning, regulatory compliance, and improved communication between students, parents and school officials.

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