John Gill

John Gill is a career security executive with over 30 years of experience in both public and private sector security management. With senior positions in the White House, the Secret Service, and private sector business development and consulting, John is a recognized authority with a deep professional network throughout the domestic and global security intelligence directorates.

From 2012-2017, John Gill worked as Vice President of Business Development and Marketing at VidSys, a Washington, DC-based software company, where he brought his three decades of experience in domestic and international security, public safety and private sector business development.

Prior to joining VidSys, John was Vice President, Business Development at the AGT International subsidiary, 3i-MIND, providing leadership and strategic counsel for the company’s homeland security and technology practice.

From 2007-2009, John was the Chief Security Officer at the White House, where he developed, managed and implemented security policies and programs supporting the White House complex and the Executive Office of the President.

In 2007, John retired from the United States Secret Service after 25 years of service, which included multiple assignments in both the protective and investigative missions of the agency. Management appointments included Special Agent in Charge of the office of Government and Public Affairs and Attaché of the Paris Field office, where he was responsible for oversight of the largest Secret Service overseas district, with reporting sub-offices in London, Moscow, Frankfurt, Tallinn, The Hague (Europol liaison), Lyon (Interpol liaison) and Madrid.

John Gill holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Massachusetts and will complete a Masters in Homeland Security Studies from the American Military University (2017).

Chief Security Officer, The White House

Special Agent in Charge, Government and Public Affairs, U.S Secret Service

Special Agent in Charge and Attache, Paris Field office, U.S Secret Service

john gill

john gill

Chief Security Officer, The White House

Special Agent in Charge, Government and Public Affairs, U.S Secret Service

Special Agent in Charge and Attache, Paris Field office, U.S Secret Service

John Gill is a career security executive with over 30 years of experience in both public and private sector security management. With senior positions in the White House, the Secret Service, and private sector business development and consulting, John is a recognized authority with a deep professional network throughout the domestic and global security intelligence directorates.

From 2012-2017, John Gill worked as Vice President of Business Development and Marketing at VidSys, a Washington, DC-based software company, where he brought his three decades of experience in domestic and international security, public safety and private sector business development.

Prior to joining VidSys, John was Vice President, Business Development at the AGT International subsidiary, 3i-MIND, providing leadership and strategic counsel for the company’s homeland security and technology practice.

From 2007-2009, John was the Chief Security Officer at the White House, where he developed, managed and implemented security policies and programs supporting the White House complex and the Executive Office of the President.

In 2007, John retired from the United States Secret Service after 25 years of service, which included multiple assignments in both the protective and investigative missions of the agency. Management appointments included Special Agent in Charge of the office of Government and Public Affairs and Attaché of the Paris Field office, where he was responsible for oversight of the largest Secret Service overseas district, with reporting sub-offices in London, Moscow, Frankfurt, Tallinn, The Hague (Europol liaison), Lyon (Interpol liaison) and Madrid.

John Gill holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Massachusetts and will complete a Masters in Homeland Security Studies from the American Military University (2017).