Caliburn International Names Mike Reynolds as Vice President of Risk Management

Mike Reynolds, Vice President of Risk Management

Caliburn International has named Mike Reynolds as Vice President of Risk Management. In this role, he will lead Caliburn’s Risk Management line of business, which provides training and security solutions for both commercial and government customers, as well as personal protection for diplomats and other senior government officials.

“Mike Reynolds has the professional experience and proven leadership skills to help Caliburn achieve best-in-class performance and to rapidly expand our security services around the world. I’m proud to welcome him to our team,” said Caliburn’s Chief Operating Officer, C.D. Moore.

As a senior executive with Caliburn, Mr. Reynolds brings more than 35 years of experience executing and aligning protective services with business objectives. He joined Caliburn in 2020 as a program manager for risk management, supporting U.S. Department of State task orders in Erbil, Iraq and Mogadishu, Somalia. Prior to joining Caliburn, his roles included Vice President, Department of Defense Operations and Program Manager for U.S. Department of State Security Forces at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. He also served as the Deputy Program Manager for U.S. Security Forces at the U.S. Embassy in Iraq.

A United States Marine Corps veteran, Mr. Reynolds’ career includes 25 years in law enforcement with the City of Raleigh Police Department in North Carolina, where he retired with the rank of Captain as the Downtown District Commander. After retiring from law enforcement, he was the Senior Manager for Protective Services/Chief of Company Police Department at the SAS Institute in Cary, N.C.

Mr. Reynolds earned a B.S. degree in criminal justice from Columbia Southern University. He has attended numerous senior management courses, including the Police Executive Research Forum at the Senior Management Institute for Police at Boston University. He also completed the Administrative Officer Management Program at North Carolina State University.