Nahum Thermidor graduated from the University of South Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences (Criminology) and a double minor in International Business and Financing; these academic foundations have galvanized his professionalism and driven his unquenchable thirst for knowledge and his eagerness to excel at everything he does. He is a devoted individual who is constantly striving to improve himself as a human being and a role model. His academic knowledge and his experiences in the workforce have enabled him to be a results-oriented individual with more than 13 years of security-management experience, including a law enforcement career with the Tampa (Florida) Police Department. Currently working with the Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Security Administration as a federal officer, Mr. Thermidor is a skilled professional who excels at integrating proven security methods with his unique thought process and attention to detail to enhance security measures in the aviation industry.” His areas of expertise vary considerably, and include Management, Marketing, Economic Studies, Business Plan Management, Financing, Crime in Foreign Communities, Criminal Rights and Procedures, Counter-terrorism Risk-based Security, Juvenile Justice System, Community-Oriented Policing, Qualitative and Quantitative Research.
Outside of his professional activities, Mr. Thermidor writes. Mr. Thermidor has already published his first book, Child Support or State Support: Who are We Supporting?, currently available in electronic format. He recently completed a second book that explores romantic relationships and has a third book in progress. As a contribution to his community, he also mentors at-risk kids by providing them guidance through education and emphasizing the impacts of their actions and the various steps that can be taken to change their behavior. In his spare time, Mr. Thermidor enjoys international travel (he has journeyed to over 30 different countries so far), playing soccer, playing basketball, and jogging. The world would be an excellent place to live in if everyone strives to make a positive impact, and Mr. Thermidor believes that honesty, integrity, and good moral values form the foundational basis for change.