Security and investigations leader Amanda Vutsinas has been named the new Security Director for Guilford County, North Carolina, which is home to over half a million people and the city of Greensboro.
Vutsinas joins Guilford County from her previous role as Safety and Security Manager at GuideWell. She has been in the security field for over 16 years, having held roles including Corporal in the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office and Senior GSOC Analyst at Noble Energy, among others, according to LinkedIn.
Vutsinas holds a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) certification from ASIS International and serves as the Certification Chairperson and the Law Enforcement Liaison Co-Chair for ASIS International's North Florida Chapter. She is a member of Infragard and holds multiple certifications through the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA), The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Infrastructure Protection, and the North American Center for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response (NACTATR).
Vutsinas has earned recognition for her career accomplishments, including being named one of Security magazine's 2021 Women in Security. She has written and contributed to thought-leadership articles on a number of topics, including strategies for domestic violence mitigation and security training best practices.