Based on nearly 2 decades of experience working at the highest levels of federal law enforcement and his work developing and implementing security platforms at a global biotech company, Charles has an exceptionally comprehensive and strategic perspective on security and violence prevention. As a United States Secret Service (USSS) Special Agent, Charles planned, designed, and implemented successful security strategies for U.S. Presidents, world leaders, events of national significance, high profile physical structures, and the protection of the nation’s most critically sensitive assets.
Charles Roselle has 20 years of security experience
In 2007 Charles earned a spot on the Presidential Protective Division (PPD) where he served 5 years on a permanent detail protecting President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama. In Washington, DC Charles served as the liaison between the PPD and USSS James J. Rowley Training Center where he supervised and resourced the training needs of the PPD Special Agents. Charles was also part of the Counter Surveillance Unit where he preemptively identified security vulnerabilities and implemented actionable counter measures to successfully secure high-profile Presidential events and venues. After 16 years of public service Charles was recruited by the private sector to successfully build out the physical security platform for a global biotech company headquartered in San Diego, CA. In this role, Charles completed Vulnerability and Threat Assessments to secure all the company’s buildings and partnering entities. Charles also developed partnerships with peer corporate based security organizations and law enforcement agencies to promote information sharing and to ensure physical security best practices. He also authored and implemented the company’s workplace violence policy, maintained Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines, and provided employee training and education, including a class on active shooter preparedness. In 2019, Charles started Trinity Risk Solutions, LLC, a Nashville based security risk management company with a focus on workplace violence prevention. He serves as the Founder and Chief Executive Officer.
Meet the Team:
In addition to our advisory board, Trinity Risk Solutions works with a network of security professionals throughout the country to ensure well resourced solutions.
Our advisory board provides over 250 years of exceptional organizational development experience that adds tremendous dimension to our team across a variety of sectors.
Mr. Dickens was regional executive of BellSouth/AT&T Tennessee until his retirement in October 2007, having served at the company since June 1969.
He is also Chairman at Belmont University and on the board of 5 other companies.
In the past Mr. Dickens was Chairman at Harpeth Capital LLC, Chairman at Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau, President of AT&T, Inc. President of AT&T Tennessee, President of BellSouth Telecommunications LLC and Executive Vice President of Bellsouth International (which are all subsidiaries of AT&T, Inc.) and Chairman at Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Prior to entering government relations consulting in 2007, Phillips served as Nashville, Tennessee’s first deputy mayor during the Administration of Mayor Bill Purcell. In 1994 he moved to Nashville from Washington, D.C. to assume the position of associate vice chancellor for university relations at Vanderbilt University at the conclusion of a year-long fellowship at The Freedom Forum First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University.
As associate vice chancellor Phillips established a Washington, D.C. based government relations office for Vanderbilt as well as expanded government relations with Nashville and the State of Tennessee. As a fellow at the First Amendment Center he co-authored the book “Nothing Sacred” which examined the relationship between the media and political leaders with an emphasis on privacy and fairness issues. He currently is an adjunct professor at Lipscomb University, teaching public policy and politics. He also is guest lecturer at a number of universities.
Prior to moving to Nashville Phillips served in a variety of positions in the Administrations of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. Positions included chief of staff for the U.S. Department of Education, deputy director of U.S. Office of Personnel, chief of staff for the Republican National Committee, executive director of the political action committee, Fund for America’s Future, and CEO of the 1988 Republican National Convention. He was assistant campaign manager for operations of the 1992 Bush-Quayle Campaign Committee.
In Nevada Phillips was chief of staff for Gov. Robert List as well as campaign manager for his election committee. From 1970 to 1978 Phillips was a political reporter and editor for Gannett newspapers in California and Nevada, where he was member of the team that won a Pulitzer Prize for Editorials at the Nevada State Journal.
He and his late wife, Candy, have three grown children and seven grandchildren. A native Texan, he is a Vietnam veteran where he served on Advisory Team 1 of MACV.
Robin is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Nashville and is a Trustee for the League’s Endowment. Her professional memberships include the American Institute of CPAs, the Tennessee Society of CPAs, the Nashville Estate Planning Council, and the Private Directors Association. Additionally, Robin serves as an independent Director for a Tennessee-based private family trust company.
Robin is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and holds an MBA from Southern Methodist University.
Robin L. Satyshur
For 22 years he was chief executive officer of the Freedom Forum, a non-partisan foundation that educates people about the press and the First Amendment.
He was CEO of the Newseum from 1997 to 2011 and supervised the building of the Newseum on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C.
Overby has traveled to six continents speaking about media issues and promoting First Amendment freedoms.
Before joining the Freedom Forum, Overby was a reporter and editor for 17 years.
As a reporter, he covered Congress, the U.S. Supreme Court, the White House and presidential campaigns for Gannett Co., the nation’s largest newspaper company.
Overby was the top editor at Florida Today in Melbourne, Fla., and the executive editor of The Clarion-Ledger and Jackson Daily News in Jackson, Miss.
Overby supervised the news and editorial coverage that led to the Clarion-Ledger winning the Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal for Distinguished Public Service in 1983.
Overby also served as vice president of news and communications for Gannett and was a member of the management committees of Gannett and USA TODAY.
He served two brief stints in government, as press assistant to Sen. John Stennis, D-Miss., and special assistant for administration to Gov. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn.
Overby has served on several boards relating to education. He was a regent for Baylor University, a member of the board of visitors of Duke Divinity School, a member of the NCAA Foundation Board and a member of the foundation board of the University of Mississippi, his alma mater. He was a member of the board of the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, which gives more than $2 million annually in college scholarships to underprivileged students. He is a member of the board of directors of the Andrew Jackson Foundation and serves on the Board of Visitors for the Meek School of Journalism and New Media.
He and his wife, Andrea, live in Franklin, Tenn. and Oxford, Miss., and have three children and three grandchildren.
Dr. Holly Roselle
Kyle joined the Navy in 1999 and although most of his career was spent in the middle east, he has been deployed to over 20 different countries and served with 5 separate SEAL teams. Conducting everything from single man operations, to leading an 800man clearance operation through southern Afghanistan, he has developed his own leadership style that
has improved high performing teams in a variety of industries. Kyle had the unique opportunity to be one of the few senior enlisted leaders with Ground Force Commander experience in multiple theaters of armed conflict.
Over the years Kyle has been instrumental in the business development of numerous Navy SEAL founded small businesses, both for profit and nonprofit. In fact, on his last deployment, one of his fellow teammates was shot numerous times in the leg, resulting in a high leg amputation. A serial entrepreneur, Kyle knew that he had to do something. He started researching ways to help disabled veterans that surf, but remained busy with operations while deployed. Upon returning from deployment, he connected with Alex West who had started One More Wave, and the rest is history. By the end of this year One More Wave will have directly impacted over 250 veterans lives, with family and friends reaching in the thousands. Recently named one of Starbucks 2017 “UpStanders” for his courage to make a difference, it is Kyle's hope to decrease the daily veteran suicide rate of 22 through One More Wave’s mission. The SEAL Teams have been his career, his life, and his family. In 2018, Kyle decided he was ready to transition to his next chapter and spend time in America with his children and wife. It is Kyle’s dream and passion to invest in tomorrow, technology, and his network.