Darin Dillon, a business development manager at Convergint, was recently elected to join the Energy Security Council (ESC) Board of Directors. Darin is a Certified Protection ProfessionalⓇ who has over 35 years of experience in the electronic security and integrated systems industry. He is the past chairman of the Houston ASIS Chapter and also teaches enterprise security to master-level students at the University of Houston.
The purpose of the ESC, a non-profit international professional, networking organization composed of corporate, company, individual, and law enforcement members representing the energy sector, is to:
Develop opportunities for a meaningful exchange of ideas, information, and best practices on energy security
Create and enhance international/national networking capabilities on security within the energy sector and key partners
Identify key security issues affecting the energy industry and share innovative and proven best practices
Enhance the safety, security, and business operations of its members, companies, corporations, and their associates
About Energy Security Council
The Energy Service Council (ESC) has been a leader in energy security education and networking since 1982. ESC is a non-profit organization that consists of executive, mid-level managers, and professionals who represent global oil, gas, power generation, transmission, petrochemical, and related service companies. ESC prepares its members for the new opportunities created by the globalization of the world economy by conducting quarterly meetings and annual conferences for the improvement and education of its members and to enhance business acumen.