Monthly Meeting on Tuesday, February 21st, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

ASIS Chapter #119 Monthly Meeting

Date: Tuesday, February 21st, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Location: Golden Corral

Address: 6129 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC


This month, our guest speaker will be Special Agent (SA) Lou Velasco.

Lou is a 26 year veteran with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and has served in the Chicago, San Juan and Charlotte FBI Field Offices. SA Velasco also served as a Supervisory Special Agent detailee and Deputy Group Leader to the Central Intelligence Agency, Office of National Clandestine Service, in Langley, Virginia.

SA Velasco has extensive investigative experience in violent crime, SWAT operations, white collar crime, public corruption and counterintelligence. He was selected and served as a class counselor for the 241st Session of the FBI’s prestigious National Academy.

SA Velasco is currently the Counterintelligence Strategic Partnership Program Coordinator, InfraGard Program Coordinator and Hostage Negotiator for the Charlotte FBI Field Office. Prior to joining the FBI, SA Velasco served as a prosecutor for two years at the Office of the Commonwealth Attorney in Louisville, Kentucky.


Education: Xavier University – B.S. Psychology and minor in Political Science (1984);University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law – Juris Doctor (1988)

Please join us for the North Carolina premiere of the movie Made in America, a production of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division in association with the National Counterintelligence Security Center and Rocket Media Group.

Based on a true story, Made in America is a short film intended to educate private industry about illicit procurement of U.S. export controlled items. The film depicts an FBI investigation that resulted in the neutralization of key suppliers to Iran’s Nuclear and Ballistic Missile Program.

Please send RSVPs by COB Friday, February 17, 2017.

*The normal meeting fee does not apply to the new location for this meeting. You will be responsible for paying for your meal (A requirement for the free use of the meeting room). The costs are $9.69 for meal with water and $12.50 for meal with soda.

For those unable to attend the January Meeting, an evaluation form will be distributed at the meeting to gather feedback concerning the new location and its suitability for future meetings.

I hope to see everyone on the 21st.

David Williams, ASIS Chapter 119 Chairman