Meet the Board Members for Chapter 119
2019 Board Members
Kristine Olijnyk has been in the private security field for over a year, as an Operations Manager with Sunstates Security. She was recently promoted to the Corporate Training Manager with Sunstates Security to bring a new focus and structure to Sunstates Security’s officer and manger training. Prior to joining the private security field, Kristine was a Law Enforcement Officer with the City of Raleigh for five and a half years—earning her Intermediate Law Enforcement Certificate. Kristine graduated top of her class in Academics during the academy in 2013. During her time in Field Operations, Kristine received Chief Citations for Top Arrests Made and Top Warrants Served in 2014 and 2015. Kristine received Letters of Recognition for her work on: Locating a shooting subject with a gun, Comprehensive documentations on a domestic violence case, and Investigative skills on an armed robbery case, that landed two subjects in Federal prison. Kristine was a certified Chemical Analyst, render expect in Standardized Field Sobriety Tests in Wake County courts, Taser certified, and Certified Role Player; she volunteered considerable time with the Reality Base Training Unit. She also assisted Regional Proving Grounds in the training of de-escalation and retreat scenarios. Kristine holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and was a member of Psi Chi Honor Society. As the 2019 Chairman for ASIS, she is looking forward to bringing her training experience and knowledge to other members of the Chapter for continued growth. She has been a Chapter 119 board member since 2019.
Wesley is a results-producing skill set honed across a diversity of experiences in the private sector and executive branches of government, across both domestic and international markets. He has demonstrated his ability to successfully adapt to new environments, cultivate and build relationships to achieve desired results. He has been a Chapter 119 board member since 2019.
Secretary – Juan C. Ochoa
Juan P. Ochoa is a bilingual security professional with over seven years of progressive experience in the security and investigations industry. Throughout his career, Juan has been assigned to several leadership roles in the private and public sectors responsible for overseeing corporate security, loss prevention, and safety programs that involved managing security personnel (exempt/non-exempt), developing security and safety procedures, creating and monitoring quantitative/qualitative key performance indicators, supervising proprietary and contract guard staff, implementing policies, providing detailed investigative reports to executive directors, creating training protocols for security personnel and company employees, establishing and leading internal committees overseeing security and compliance, developing security post-orders, managing remote personnel across the state of North Carolina, as well as interacting with internal and external stakeholders to accomplish organizational goals. He has been a Chapter 119 board member since 2019.
Harvey Riddle has been a member of ASIS since 1997 and has worked in security since 1980. After attending NC State University, he spent ten years in broadcasting prior to entering the security industry here in the Raleigh area. Twenty-four years was spent with a local security systems integrator in system design and implementation. In 2004 he joined Tech Systems Inc. to administer security system deployments for Alltel Corporation nationwide. When Alltel was acquired by Verizon, he assumed responsibility for security systems in Verizon retail and administrative facilities across much of the United States. He has been a Chapter 119 board member for over 10 years.