AlliedBarton Appoints Glenn Rosenberg as V.P. for Higher Education

KING OF PRUSSIA, PA -- 01/08/2007 -- AlliedBarton Security Services,, the largest American-owned and managed security services firm, announced the appointment of Glenn R. Rosenberg, Vice President, to lead AlliedBarton's Specialized Service Offering in the Higher Education sector.

Rosenberg has worked in Higher Education for more than thirty years as a senior university administrator, management consultant and business developer. He has helped scores of colleges, universities and schools transform administrative processes and systems to improve services and lower the cost of change and ongoing operations. Rosenberg has led business development efforts for a number of premier firms serving the industry including KPMG Consulting, SCT, Coopers & Lybrand and Unisys. Most recently, he served as Vice President of Business Development for Edison Schools where he led national sales efforts to open Edison-managed public schools in rapidly growing communities.

"Glenn's background and expertise in both higher education and sales makes him the ideal leader to grow AlliedBarton's specialized service offering in the higher education market," said Bill Whitmore, President and CEO, AlliedBarton Security Services. "In addition to his wealth of knowledge in higher education, Glenn has managed multi-million dollar sales quotas and recruited, hired, trained and coached sales professionals in developing new business."

"I am excited to join AlliedBarton, the favored security services partner for many of the country's most prestigious colleges and universities," said Glenn R. Rosenberg. "I look forward to enhancing the company's presence in the Higher Education market and expanding awareness of the outstanding work being done."

Rosenberg will be overseeing key industry alliances including AlliedBarton's relationship with the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement (IACLEA). Earlier this year, AlliedBarton Security Services announced their corporate partnership with IACLEA, developed to support initiatives to strengthen campus public safety and expand its impact on higher education and its service to stakeholders worldwide.

Rosenberg received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colgate University and a Master of Public Administration degree from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.