Meet Our Team
Mark Seguin is the founder of TBG Solutions Inc., a risk management and training solutions company that develops strategies, training and awareness programs to keep staff, student and employees safe.
After the tragic massacre at Sandy Hook elementary school in 2012, Mark was encouraged by several school and college officials to add a new training module to TBG’s suite of services. Using the US Department of Homeland Security and U. S. Department of Education’s recommended principles, Mark built a training program that will save lives, change thinking and change behavior, ultimately managing risk for individuals and organizations. Today the “How to Respond to an Active Shooter Situation” training is one of the most requested of our programs by schools, colleges and businesses alike.
Mark also specializes in educating and training in social media safety and awareness, cyberbullying/sexting eduction for students, customer service, team building and employee development.
Mark can often be found speaking at national events and conferences across the United States. With more than 16+ years of experience training and consulting, Mark has firmly established himself as one of the foremost school safety and active shooter / intruder specialist in the nation.
Mark’s candor, captivating stories and great sense of humor combine for a highly effective presentation. He has a way of empowering audiences to be street smart, probing, and to reduce risk in data-saturated areas of their lives.
Mark is also part of the staff development team at Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas.
As a father of five, Mark has first-hand knowledge of social media. He has seen the benefits of this high-tech communication as well as the risks involved. He uses his personal and real life business experiences in an engaging format to share critical information.
Mark is married to his wonderful wife Elizabeth of 23 years and they have five children ranging from 19 to 30 years of age and four beautiful grandchildren. Mark and his family spend their time between east Texas and the Pikes Peak region of Colorado and in their free time like to cycle, camp and play games. He is a sixth generation Texan whose ancestors fought for the independence of Texas at the Alamo and battle of San Jacinto.
Daniel recently graduated from Tyler Junior College with an Associate of Arts in Business Administration. While at TJC, Daniel was elected as the President of the student body, the Vice-President of Honors In Action in the TJC chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, and co-founded the Green Committee on campus.
Daniel began his time at TJC taking dual credit classes while being homeschooled in the fall of 2012. He graduated from high school in the spring of 2014 at the age of 16. Daniel and another peer at TJC caught the vision of sustainability, inspired by a professor of sociology. The Green Committee was born and has been successful in spearheading green initiatives on and off of the TJC campus. With the current state of political turmoil, Daniel was inspired to get his feet wet in the realm of politics, talking on the roles of President of the Student Senate and Vice-President of Phi Theta Kappa. These positions have granted him the opportunity to learn and grow in his soft skills, navigating the realm of leadership and communication in this diverse world.
Since joining TBG Solutions, Daniel has had the opportunity to speak in staff development and faculty convocation sessions at schools and colleges, as well as student assemblies for high school students. Because of his age and magnetic personality, Daniel has a unique ability to capture the attention of young, aspiring students that identify with him in the millennial generation while his energy and down to earth personality captures even the most seasoned audience.
As a millennial growing up in the information age, Daniel has first-hand knowledge of social media. He has seen the benefits of this high-tech communication as well as the risks involved. He uses his personal and real life experiences in an engaging format to share critical information about social media and the workplace.
Jonathan has lived back and forth between East Texas and New Jersey for the past 7 years of his life. He is a professionally certified tennis coach and has trained students and adults for the past 7 years at country clubs and family tennis centers. During this time, Jonathan became a trainer for an organization in New Jersey called “Heroes and Cool Kids” in which he raised awareness for students on the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and bullying.
Bobby is a co-founder of a ministry that comes along side churches to fill the role of church safety and security. They train church members and leaders in building security and armed response tactics and strategies. Bobby’s 30 years in the field and the classroom, along with his current work with schools, churches, and law enforcement, make him an outstanding resource for TBG clients.
Bobby works as the Director of School Safety & Student Security at the Brook Hill School in Bullard Texas. He has designed and implemented many security solutions from the implementation of security cameras to recruiting and training the armed responders on campus. One of Bobby’s missions is training school and church members, school faculty, women’s groups, and senior adults at churches in real-life situational awareness skills.
Bobby also holds certificates from FEMA and The Department of Homeland Security, Basic Strategies and Tactics from Federal Protective Service and U.S. Secret Service PPO from TDPS, TCOLE, and a Law Enforcement General and Firearm Instructor certificate from Texas A&M University.
Matt Morris has been helping organizations better protect data for over a decade. Through consulting, speaking, and training Matt has been increasing awareness of issues related to information security, data breach prevention, identity theft, and social networking issues in the workplace
Social media has also greatly expanded the vulnerabilities and liabilities for individuals and organizations, as over sharing has become so commonplace. Training employees on social networking’s pitfalls and establishing a policy are essential for every workplace. Matt is excited about the online training platform we now have that will change employee thinking and behavior when they are using social networks for personal and professional use. As a managing partner with TBG Fraud Solutions our organization continues to evolve with training modules. We will continue to create valuable content for our clients and always deliver it in fun, interactive, and memorable way.
In 1999, Jimmy Parrish founded Parrish and Associates, Inc. specializing in Identity Theft Consulting and Legal Benefit Plans. In 2006, he obtained his designation as a Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist, the only designation in North America in this rapidly-emerging field of security and data breaches. Since then he has trained thousands of employees in 29 states about identity theft risk management, customer service and social media.
Mr. Parrish has worked with TBG Solutions, Inc., since 2002. Through his entertaining and engaging style of training, he furthers TBG Solutions, Inc.’s founding mission to change thinking, change behavior and manage risk when engaging in any on-line activity, especially social media.
Mr. Parrish is a graduate of Leadership Vestavia Hills and is the proud father of four grown children and “Papa” to six grandchildren. His hobbies include reading, college sports, spending time with his family, and traveling. He currently resides in North Shelby County with his wife Dr. Sherry Parrish, Assistant Professor of Education at the University of Alabama in Birmingham.
David Tyson, Jr.
David Tyson, Jr. has over 30 years of experience as a sales, marketing and management professional, but his passion is for education and educator development. He provides consulting, training and coaching for all levels of management. He has been an Identity Theft awareness trainer since
Mr. Tyson is a former member of the Texas School Board Association, National School Board Association, and North Texas President of the Texas Caucus of Black School Board Members. He is a 2007 alumni of the Texas Association of School Boards’ leadership program for school board trustees.
He is President and Founder of Sales Trac, which is approved by the Texas Education Agency to provide professional development for school districts and charter schools. David resides in Dallas with his wife of 40 years, Linda. They have three adult children and are proud grandparents.
John Chapman holds a BA in Business Economics from the University of California and is a Certified ID Theft Risk Management Specialist. Formerly a consultant for Oracle Corporation, John now devotes his time helping businesses and organizations that maintain sensitive information reduce their risk and liability of a data breach and identity theft through a unique, informative, and humorous presentation.
John has spent the last few years as a speaker and trainer on this topic, and while working with a number of industries, John has worked primarily in the medical and education fields throughout Colorado, Texas, Nevada, and California. He is available to speak at clubs and associations that would like more information on this issue for their members or employees. His most recent speaking engagements include the Arapahoe-Douglas-Elbert Medical Society, the American Association of Professional Coders, Boulder Valley IPA, and the Professional Association of Health Care Office Managers. John and his wife Jai Jai, an equine professional, reside in Colorado and are fortunate to enjoy a family of ten Arabian horses, 2 dogs, and three cats.
Tim Renner grew up working with his Dad and brothers in the family business. Business and customer service were always in his background. Over the years Tim has honed his ability to provide excellent customer service and bring value to his broad range of clients. Since joining the TBG team, Tim has continued to provide education and resources that empower businesses.