The Thurman Brisben Center Executive Board of Directors has selected Roger Trott for the Executive Director position of the Center. Mr. Trott fills a vacancy left when the former Executive Director, Bunny Melzer, retired.
Mr. Trott has an extensive management background in both the government and non-profit arena. He is a retired FBI supervisory special agent where he gained broad experience in leading the FBI’s New Agent Training program and new initiatives which included establishing an experimental criminal task force and a new organized crime program.
More recently, Mr. Trott served as the Executive Director of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, Inc., and their foundation, as well as the Executive Director of the FBI National Academy Associates, Inc. In his spare time, Mr. Trott has been involved with Fredericksburg area non-profits and community organizations, is a member of the American Society of Association Executives, and serves on the board of directors of the Justice Federal Credit Union.
According to Thurman Brisben Center President, Christen Gallik, “Roger’s extensive experience combined with his commitment and dedication to our community, particularly the homeless, will be a great asset to the Center and those we serve”.
Roger resides in Stafford County with his wife and will begin his work with the Thurman Brisben Center on May 5, 2014.