Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has appointed Todd McGhee, Managing Partner of Protecting the Homeland Innovations, LLC, as a member of the Bristol Community College Board of Trustees.

Todd McGhee, a resident of Attleboro, Mass., earned his bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Northeastern University and a master's degree in criminal justice from Anna Maria College. He started his law enforcement career in 1987 and is retired from the Massachusetts Department of State Police after serving twenty-four successful years in public safety. As a highly dedicated professional, Mr. McGhee thrives on imparting his knowledge and expertise as a trainer/instructor and is committed to helping lessen the dangers of potentially hazardous and life-threatening situations.

He is an international trainer and speaker on counterterrorism and violent extremism. Todd is the author and course developer of the Behavior Observation Skills (BOS) course and the Airport Physical Screening (APS) course written for the Department of State, Office of Antiterrorism Assistance. Both courses are currently being delivered around the world to U.S. Partner Nations to help combat against global terrorism and to build international relationships with the United States. He has made several appearances on WHDH Ch7, ABC Ch5, NECN, NBC Boston and other main media as a law enforcement and security analyst providing insight on international and domestic terrorist-related case studies, active shooter, school safety and police use of force issues.

Bristol Community College’s Board of Trustees is made up of regional business and community leaders who work tirelessly to ensure the college’s institutional initiatives remain at the highest level of quality.