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Robert Monroe

Areas of Expertise:

  • Special Operations Forces (SOF) Integration/Employment
  • National Security Analysis 
  • Reserve Military Force Integration
  • Leadership Strategy Formulation and Implementation
  • Personal Security Consultation, Training, and Assessment

Robert Monroe is the founder and director of Redfin Risk Mitigation, Inc., which provides tailored personal security consultation and training to professionals, executives, and high-value individuals, such that these individuals can protect themselves and their families from criminal and terrorist violence.

Prior to founding Redfin Risk Mitigation, Inc., Robert worked as a senior consultant and continues as part owner in Power Ten Inc., a Service-disabled small business contractor servicing the US Marine Corps.  Robert provided business-to-business consultation as the senior Special Operations Forces (SOF) tactical and operational employment specialist.

With over twenty-five years of experience in Naval Special Warfare as a US Navy Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) officer, Robert has served in a variety of operational positions to include; SEAL platoon commander, SEAL Team training officer, Commander of the Navy Parachute Team – the ‘Leap Frogs’, assistant team leader at the Naval Special Warfare Development Group, and as a United Nations Military Observer in the Middle East.  As a staff and plans officer, he served at Special Operations Command Korea, Naval Special Warfare Command, and US Special Operations Command.  Robert commanded a Mid-West Naval Operational Support Center and later was Commodore of Naval Special Warfare Group Eleven.  His last assignment prior to transition from the Navy was instituting a tiered system to gather SEAL battlefield requirements and resolve them with technological and SOF funding solutions.

A graduate of Defense Language School in Spanish, he holds a Business degree from Washington State University, and a Master of Arts degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College.