Ted served in the United States Marine Corps from 1976 to 1980 as a Captain/Assistant Provost Marshall and OIC of CID where he managed a 90-person police department, including the operations division, special enforcement unit and was also responsible for all personnel training and criminal investigations. It would make sense that Ted later earned his Bachelor’s degree in Economics and a law degree from Whittier College.
He’s even been an adjunct law professor at two different law schools over fifteen years, teaching classes in Insurance Law; Interviewing, Counseling and Negotiation; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Corporations; and Legal Ethics.
“I am a former U.S. Marine Corps Captain, with extensive security/law enforcement, legal, and business management experience. Since my honorable discharge from active duty in the Marine Corps (1980), I have become a successful corporate executive, business owner, international management consultant, seasoned trial attorney, mentor, coach and skilled professional educator. I have an outstanding, extremely broad-based track record managing, directing and handling numerous business operations and process changes in multiple industries; high-stakes litigation; complex and sensitive investigations (civil and criminal); compliance/regulatory matters; vendor management; and graduate level educational instruction; thereby offering a rich and diverse pool of resources assuring outstanding results positively affecting the bottom-line. I think I can bring these skills to bare to help other Veterans navigate the world of entrepreneurship,” says Ted.
Ted currently lives in Beverly Hills, California.