William Presson brings more than three decades of experience in local and federal law enforcement to his role at Pilum, including more than a quarter-century in the U.S. Marshals Service.
Mr. Presson has unique blend of leadership, strategic awareness, advanced education, and operations experience. Mr. Presson has served as Chief Inspector with the U.S. Marshals Service since 2002, where he oversaw a staff of 10, manages $7.3 million in training and procurement funds, and supervises the Western Region of the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) Strategic National Stockpile Security Operations program.
In this role, he planned, managed, and oversaw a broad range of law enforcement, security, liaison, medical countermeasures, intelligence, emergency/consequence management, training exercises, force protection, security, interagency coordination, and related operations in response to terrorist events, biological events, or natural disasters.
He also serves as a key policy advisor on international affairs and engagement topics, and leads multiple organizations in developing, gathering coordinating, and disseminating intelligence.
Mr. Presson holds a Master’s degree in Military Arts and Sciences with an emphasis in Homeland Security from U.S. Army Command General Staff College, as well as a Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security from Denver University. Mr. Presson served in the US Army.