GRAEME CAMPBELL has over 24 year’s security experience in Asia as an analyst, consultant and manager. Before joining PSA as a partner Graeme was the Regional Director, Armor Group Asia Pacific and Country Manager for Control Risks Group (CRG) Philippines. Prior to this, he had worked as an independent security management and training consultant based in London.
Before joining the security and risk consultant sector, Graeme served 12 years with the New Zealand Armed Forces. Initial service was with the Royal New Zealand Engineers later transferring to the Royal New Zealand Military Police. During this service Graeme qualified as an investigator with the New Zealand Civil Police, as an advanced instructor in investigations and intelligence operations and completed close protection training.
At the end of his service, he served as Chief Instructor Investigations for the Royal New Zealand Military Police.
GREGORY WYATT is PSA’s Director for Business Intelligence, monitoring a broad range of business risks in the Philippines, including insurgency, terrorism, criminal threats (including both petty and syndicated crime), kidnapping as well as political and regulatory issues.
Greg has over a decade of experience in the fields of security risk assessment and political risk, beginning his career as a civilian contractor for the U.S. Army’s Human Terrain Team.
During his 14-month deployment to Iraq, Greg was embedded with U.S. Army combat units, helping front-line units navigate the complex socio-cultural and political landscape.
Greg holds a Master’s Degree in Security Studies from Georgetown University with a focus on Intelligence, as well as an undergraduate degree in International Relations from the University of Saint Andrews in Scotland. He was a Fulbright student scholar to Yemen and Oman.
SAMUEL RAMOS-JONES IS PSA’s Director for Business Development, having previously worked for the company as a Consultant.
Prior to joining PSA, Sam had been engaged as an independent consultant and researcher, whose work focused largely on defense, national security, and international relations. In 2016, he served as the Executive Assistant to the Office of the Special Envoy to China, Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA).
Sam earned a B.A. in Political Science with a concentration in Political Economy from Yale University. He is additionally a graduate of the Management Development Program of the Asian Institute of Management’s School of Executive Education.
He is also a member of the Philippine Council for Foreign Relations (PCFR) as well as the Ramos Peace and Development Foundation (RPDEV).
MARIANNE (MAAN) HONTIVEROS is a Senior Advisor to PSA. In her storied career, Maan has been a student and youth travel pioneer, a television producer, host, broadcast journalist, publishing executive, multi-media production and corporate communications entrepreneur, and music industry managing director. She is a staunch advocate for the conservation and protection of the environment, and a passionate promoter and supporter of Filipino arts, film, dance, music and culture.
She established Philipines AirAsia, Inc. as an investor and its Founding President and CEO in March 2011. She served as AirAsia’s Chair from 2013 until September 2019 when she divested to pursue other interests.
Maan has received numerous awards related to her work as a journalist and broadcaster, as well as: the Outstanding Achievement Medal for Public Service, Armed Forces of the Philippines, 1986; Award for the Liberation of People’s Television 4 during the People Power Revolution, 1987; the Quill Award for the Documentary Film: The Benigno Aquino Story: Freedom from Fear, 1987; and the EDSA People Power Commission Award, 2019. In 2014 and 2016, she was also named as one of the 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the World (Global FWN100).
She is presently Managing Partner Director of the management advisory firm CEO Advisors, Inc.