Mr Goodenow has specialized in surveillance, counter
surveillance and surveillance detection his entire career.
Over his 20 plus year career he has extensive experience
training government and military personnel in the craft
of surveillance, counter surveillance, and surveillance
detection. He has also conducted thousands of corporate,
domestic, and insurance investigations, including corporate
espionage, trade mark violation, hostile terminations,
fraud, child custody, cheating spouses, and more. Mr.
Goodenow is not only a lead Investigator he also the
Chief Operating Officer & Founder of The Intelligence
Community, LLC and is personally involved in and manages
cases for our clients.
Due Diligence & Information Security
With over fifteen years of experience Providing Due
Diligence Analysis and in the Information Security industry,
Chip Morgan is an expert analyst and his analysis assist
in providing clients with patterns and consequences
of business transactions, technology developments and
interactions in the Information Security industry. Mr.
Morgan offers guidance to close information gaps, influence
change, and create advantages and timely strategies.
He provides our local and global clients with best-in-class
information security policies, procedures, and risk
mitigation strategies that strengthen and protect both
business and technology infrastructures. Mr. Morgan
also serves as an information security consultant and
special topics advisor to U.S. military command support
and U.S. Government officials regarding US-China/APAC
industry relations. Mr. Morgan also serves as the Chief
Information Officer for The Intelligence Community,
LLC and personally manages cases for our clients.
Mr. Ghigo has specialized in background investigations
and interrogation for over 35 years as a licensed Private
Investigator. He has conducted thousands of background
investigations for the private, corporate, and government
sector. Mr. Ghigo serves as the Director of Background
Investigations for The Intelligence Community, LLC.
Graham Plaster is the President and CEO of The Intelligence
Community, LLC, which operates the LinkedIn group "The
Intelligence Community" with over 30,000 members and
also www.TheIntelligenceCommunity.com, a networking
and resource platform for the Intelligence and National
Mr. Plaster is a former Navy Foreign Area Officer handling
UN Peacekeeping operations in the Middle East and North
Africa. Previously he served as a Naval Surface Warfare
Officer and also as the Assistant Dean of Students at
the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island.
His areas of expertise include social media's influence
on democratization in Iran and the Middle East, and
leveraging disruptive technology and social media for
transnational discourse. His honors include a personal
request to serve as Aide de Camp to the Director of
the Defense Intelligence Agency, recognition as one
of Young Professionals in Foreign Policy "Top 99 Leaders
under 33", a Delphi Fellowship with BigThink.com, and
a Malone Fellowship in Middle Eastern Studies.
He serves as Editor in Chief for the Foreign Area Officer
Association Journal, International Affairs and is also
on the board for the Cold War Museum and the editorial
board for the Journal of Mediterranean and Balkan Intelligence.
His book, "In the Shadow of Greatness", co-written with
the Naval Academy class of 2002, has become a two time
LA Times bestseller and has been added to the official
reading list for the Chief of Naval Operations.
Kurt serves as the Director of Business Development
for the Intelligence Community LLC, in addition to being
Founder and President of Human Domain Solutions LLC.
Mr. Marisa retired from active duty in July 2012. His
final assignment was as a Deputy Director in the Office
of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence. Colonel
Marisa was a career intelligence officer and an Air
Force Foreign Area Officer (FAO) and Regional Affairs
Strategist since 1998. He served as Military Attaché
to Saudi Arabia, Air Attaché to the Kingdom of Denmark
and Greenland, and Defense Attaché to Suriname. Mr.
Marisa has also had military intelligence assignments
in Germany and Korea and deployments to Saudi Arabia
and South America.
Colonel Marisa has an M.S. in International Studies
from the Institute of Social Studies (ISS) in The Hague,
Netherlands, and an M.S. in Strategic Intelligence from
the Joint Military Intelligence College (JMIC) (now
National Intelligence University). He is a graduate
of the Air War College, from which he wrote and published
his course paper on the integration of Attaché and Security
Assistance programs, contributing at the SECDEF level
to the current DoD Senior Defense Officer (SDO)/DATT
Colonel Marisa has served on the FAO Association (FAOA)
Board of Governors since 2004, as Vice President from
October 2009 to May 2011, and as President from May
2011 to the present. He is a former Vice President for
Intelligence Business Development in Salient Federal
Solutions. He is a member of the National Language Service
Corps (NLSC) and currently resides in the National Capital