U.S. Security Care, Inc., announced Monday that Stuart Nachman will join the firm as director of business development.
With over 15 years of experience in services and solutions sales, Nachman will build and maintain relationships with clients such as corporations, non-profits, schools and colleges, religious bodies and health care firms.
“Stuart is an accomplished and entrepreneurial sales leader who brings years of experience and relationships to our company,”
U.S. Security Care President
Richard Wolfson said.
Nachman earned an MBA from Temple University and holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from George Washington University. Prior to his new position, he served with Beneration, LLC, National License Compliance Group, Hymies/Barson’s Group, and Worldwide Recycling.
Headquartered in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, and maintaining offices in Philadelphia, New York, Miami and Princeton, New Jersey, the company provides a wide range of security services for businesses and corporate executives. It specializes in background investigations, executive protections, workplace safety policies and training, asset protection, security audits and threat assessments.
U.S. Security Care employs an expert group of agents drawn from law enforcement, military and federal security backgrounds.
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