Director – Safety, Security and Emergency Preparedness
Jade Broglio has a Bachelors Degree in Public Affairs with a focus in legal and government services. She has also earned certifications from FEMA in Emergency Preparedness, Incident Management and Professional Development for Emergency Managers. With over 10 years in Emergency Management and Security leadership Jade originally came to Edmonds CC as a partner with UW Bothell and Cascadia Community College where she developed outreach and emergency response programs for all three institutions. She is currently serving as the Interim Director of Safety, Security and Emergency Preparedness for Edmonds Community College. During her time as Director at Edmonds CC the college has been undergoing great transitions. Jade has led the existing Security team in developing training, policy, and procedures for security and emergency response to increase operational efficiency and support the needs of the newly formed Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) which works to intervene and support students who may be facing challenges. Her work with the LPD and increasing security presence on campus has resulted in a more than 50% decrease in Car Prowl and Auto Theft reports on our campus. She has regional connections with federal, state, and local agencies through previous roles in both Emergency Management and Event Security management and training. At Edmonds Community College she continues our tradition of community service by working to provide training space for local fire and police SWAT teams, allowing them to become more familiar with our campus and buildings. Additionally, she has encouraged agency collaboration on training exercises with the Edmonds CC Security team. Jade is an active partner in the Community College Safety, Security and Emergency Management Council (SSEMC) that meets regularly to exchange ideas and develop solutions to the challenges facing today’s campuses. She has lead two SSEMC ad hoc committees to successful completion of work. Within Edmonds Community College, she has developed relationships to further the goals of the college in student conduct, security, crime prevention and preparedness. She has worked diligently to ensure compliance with the new CLERY, VAWA and Title IX requirements and is working collaboratively to develop a comprehensive approach to ensuring our campus is an inclusive educational community, focused on student success.
Daniel T. Guerrero
Mr. Guerrero was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. He graduated from Gonzaga University in 1984 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. He served four years as an Officer in the U.S. Marine Corps before departing the military in 1988 to accept his appointment as a Special Agent with the FBI.
Mr. Guerrero was first assigned as a Special Agent in the FBI's San Antonio Division where he investigated violent crime and major offenders, foreign counterintelligence, and major drug trafficking organizations. He also served as a SWAT Team member. In 1994, he was selected to serve as an Operator with the most elite unit in the FBI, the Hostage Rescue Team (HRT). During his tenure with the HRT, he deployed to various critical incidents and major investigations to include the U.S. embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania, the apprehension of the most wanted terrorist in the world in Pakistan, and multiple overseas assignments to include Russia, Egypt, Morocco, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
In 1999 Mr. Guerrero was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent in the FBI's Crisis Management Unit (CMU). While assigned to the CMU he served as the FBI program manager for the Foreign Emergency Support Team. He also deployed as the first FBI agent on scene for the attack on the USS Cole in Aden, Yemen, as well as crisis management deployments to Poland, Jordan, Kuwait, the Bahamas, Qatar and Hungary. Starting in 1993 with the Branch Davidian siege in Waco, Texas, and up until 2002, he was on-site or directly involved in the management of almost every major terrorist incident involving the United States, both domestic and foreign.
In 2002, Mr. Guerrero was appointed as the senior FBI representative to the newly established Department of Homeland Security (DHS) where he managed all FBI-related issues with the executive management of the 22 agencies that comprise the DHS. Appointed by the Secretary of the DHS to the Interagency Incident Management Group, he provided direct guidance to the DHS leadership and the White House Homeland Security Council regarding domestic incident management.
In 2004 he was appointed as a Unit Chief in the FBI's Counterterrorism Division (CTD) where he served as chief of the Executive Staff. In 2005 he was selected as the Assistant Legal Attache for Bucharest, Romania, followed by selection in 2006 as the Legal Attache to Ankara, Turkey. As a diplomat to a country of 75 million bordering Iraq, Iran, Syria, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Greece, he coordinated counterterrorist and law enforcement operations involving numerous sensitive and high profile matters.
In 2009 he was appointed as the Special Assistant to the Assistant Director of the FBI's special operations division, the Critical Incident Response Group (CIRG) based at Quantico, Virginia. In 2010 he was selected to attend a one year academic sabbatical at the prestigious Marine Corps War College where he conducted research and studies with the White House, as well as academic studies in New Delhi, India and Jakarta, Indonesia. In 2011 he graduated with a Master's degree in Strategic Studies.
In 2011 Mr. Guerrero was selected as a Supervisor in the Seattle Field Office where he serves as the Crisis Management Coordinator as well as the Supervisory Resident Agent in charge of the Everett and Bellingham Resident Offices. Most recently he completed an assignment in Kabul, Afghanistan where he worked with the Afghanistan government and the international community on rule of law and investigative matters.
His FBI certifications include Crisis Management Coordinator, Hostage Negotiator, HRT Operator, Firearms Instructor, Physical Fitness Instructor, SWAT Operator, Defensive Tactics Instructor and the Leadership Development Institute, as well as certificates from interagency courses such as the U.S. Navy BUD/SEAL course.
Dan and his wife Bridget reside in Edmonds, WA.