Michael Lee, President

   Mike is a former Lieutenant in the U.S. Coast Guard. As a federal law enforcement and Deck Watch Officer, he conducted counter-migration and counter-narcotics operations throughout the Caribbean on board the USCGC SENECA, home-ported out of Boston, MA.

He concluded his military service as a Senior Watch Officer for the Coast Guard’s District Seven Command Center and Intelligence Officer for the Coast Guard’s Maritime Intelligence Center in Miami, FL where he received the U.S. Coast Guard’s Achievement Medal.

In the spring of 2005, Mike started his civilian career with Maritime Protective Services, Inc., where he honed his expertise as an ISPS & MTSA instructor and a maritime security consultant.

In the summer of 2006, Mike joined McRoberts Protective Agency, Inc. as Assistant Vice President of its maritime division, McRoberts Maritime Security, where he was responsible for all of McRoberts’ cruise and cargo security contracts in the Port of Miami and Port Everglades.

In the fall of 2011, Mike was promoted to Vice President and made responsible for all of McRoberts’ cruise and cargo security contracts west of the Mississippi to include New Orleans, Galveston, Los Angeles, Long Beach (CA), Longview (WA) and Seattle. During his time at McRoberts, Mike was instrumental in growing the maritime division by more than 100% in a 6-year period.

In the summer of 2014, Mike left McRoberts to start Terminal Security Solutions, Inc., a maritime security firm specializing in port, cruise and cargo terminal security, MTSA & ISPS consulting and instruction.

Mr. Lee holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, a 100-ton Merchant Mariner Captain’s License and is certified by the Florida Institute of Technology as an ISPS and MTSA Instructor. He has also been recognized for his expertise in maritime piracy and terrorism, appearing live on CNN, Fox News and BBC World News, as well as appearing in newspapers and periodicals such as the NY Daily News, Sun Sentinel, FoxNews.com and the Huffington Post.