Mike Warren has over 30 years experience in the security of special nuclear materials and weapons, nuclear power plants, and conducting force-on-force exercises. In the eighteen years he spent with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Department of Energy, Mr. Warren performed vulnerability assessments at power reactor facilities and fuel fabrication facilities, visiting every nuclear power plant in the United States. He served as the USNRC liaison on nuclear security for the International Atomic Energy Agency, and conducted security reviews at nuclear facilities in over 30 countries and assisted the IAEA in development of international physical protection standards and supporting guidance.
Following his service for the Federal government, Mr. Warren became the Deputy Director, and later the Director, Corporate Security, and Chief, Nuclear Security Police Force, for Nuclear Fuel Services in Erwin, Tennessee. In that position, he guided the program, supervised a corporate staff of 20 individuals and a security officer corps of 200, and managed a comprehensive security program while addressing current threats. He also developed a counter-intelligence program and worked with state Homeland Security officials, FBI, NCIS, and LLEA in support of this program.
Mr. Warren received a B.S. in Criminal Justice from East Tennessee State University and an A.S. in Police Science/Administration from Spartanburg College.