INWC Monthly Meeting – Wilderness Survival

This month our meeting seminar will walk you through the basics of wilderness survival with Jake Newton. Doors open at 6:30, presentation begins at 7:00. Light refreshments provided. Jake Newton is an innovative and devoted security professional with over 12 years of experience in both the Public and Private sectors. Throughout his career, Jake has specialized in crisis preparedness, contingency planning for austere environments, and facilitating security-related education. Jake is currently the Vice President of Security Solutions for Center for Personal Protection and Safety, Inc (CPPS) where he consults with organizations to develop comprehensive Violence Prevention and Intervention, as well as Travel Risk Management programs. Jake also routinely leads a team of six on the Ministry Security team of Victory Faith Fellowship where he’s responsible for the safety and security of about 650 weekly congregants. Prior to joining CPPS, Jake enjoyed a distinguished tenure in the U.S. Air Force as a Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) Specialist. During his service, Jake provided Combat Survival Training for over 3,000 U.S. Government personnel ensuring operational readiness in the world’s highest risk environments. Jake also held an instrumental role in re-writing the Air Force Combat Survival Course curriculum—a first in twenty years. Jake routinely consults with numerous Fortune 500 companies and facilitates training for their personnel; he’s led multinational combat search-and-rescue and mass casualty exercises and has been published by several corporations and industry periodicals. Jake earned his Bachelor of Science in Business, Education and Health Sciences through Liberty University and a Master of Arts in Global Security from Arizona State University. Jake is also a member of the FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Association