Volunteers Serving Leadership Councils

Healthcare Security Council

The Healthcare Security Council serves as a credible resource for information on healthcare security best practices. Provides a forum for the exchange of information and expertise in all areas of healthcare security. Promotes certifications, education, and training, with the goal of increasing professionalism in the field of healthcare security.

ASIS International Physical Security Council

The ASIS International Physical Security Council, promotes standards, guidelines, and certifications through education, training, and leadership in all aspects of the physical security industry. Establishes best practices and educational opportunities in security assessment, planning, systems integration, and management of physical security concepts, devices, and systems from the initial barrier to the protected asset including policies, procedures, people, and equipment.

Donald C McInnes

2018 Vice Chair of Membership, Past Chair of Education; Member since 2012


William R Wills

Education Committee Member


ASIS/SHRM ANSI WPV review 2018

Member of the Technical Committee carrying out the required 5 year review of the standard and developing an 'Active Attacker' annexe. This project is expected to take a year to 18 months to complete.

Ashley Melesio



Steven Siegel



Nathan Weidler



Scott E Whalen



William R Wills



ASIS International Leadership and Management Practices Council

The Leadership and Management Practices Council provides membership with relevant, measured and sustainable global security best practices. The Council collaboratively identifies and communicates proven people, process and asset protection strategies that address business skills, management principles and practices, and strategic programming, in an effort to help members interact, as well as communicate with business leaders on challenges and opportunities unique to the security profession.

David C Feller

Council Member


ASIS International Pharmaceutical Security Council

Promotes security leadership and cooperation between all segments of the pharmaceutical industry. Serves as a progressive source of information, as well as sponsors and supports programs on security issues affecting the industry. Ensures representation of the entire supply chain, from manufacturing all the way to the patient.