Update: Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with you and your families, and all of our communities that have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey. We hope you all remain safe and dry and on the road to recovery. With that being said, we have decided to postpone this event to a later date in the fall due to the understandable circumstances in Houston. As soon as we secure a new date, we will update you via our website and social media accounts. Thank you for your understanding.
All the best,
— Crime Stoppers of Houston
We are excited to partner with James Conway on our first educational talk focused on terrorism. The talk will cover a global terrorism snapshot 16 years after 9/11, and will be followed by a Q/A audience discussion.
If you are interested in attending, please RSVP directly to [email protected]
We hope you can join us!
James G. Conway, Jr. is a national security and counterterrorism expert who has served our nation with distinction for 35 years, 25 of those years as a Special Agent of the FBI.
You may know him from his terrorism and national security analysis on ABC News, Fox Business News, Fox Radio, MSNBC, NEWSMAX TV and One America Network. Throughout Special Agent Conway’s career, he managed global organized crime, terrorism and counter-intelligence operations and investigations in liaison with police, intelligence and judicial counterparts throughout Europe, the Middle-east and Latin-America. Special Agent Conway also served in a variety of diplomatic capacities during his career, his most recent as Program Manger of FBI counterterrorism operations at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City.
James Conway is currently President and Managing Director of Global Intel Strategies, Inc., a Houston-based consulting firm that advises and trains government counterterrorism agencies throughout the world as well as academia and the media on terrorism and national security matters. Global Intel Strategies also provides consultation to the private sector on international relations, global security issues, counter-terrorism measures and risk mitigation.