WHO ARE WE?
We started out in 2003 simply offering two employee benefits that protected employees’ identity and legal rights. We had a product that we truly believed in and all we did was try to get that out to as many people as possible. However, along the way we discovered that we were really good at training people on how to protect themselves from identity theft and data breaches.
We started focusing more on being the solution for staff development. Today, we still offer those same great employee benefits that we started with, but now we’re so much more than that. We’re the missing piece in keeping your employees and students safe.
Our Proud Partners:
ORGANIZATIONS WHO LOVED US
We enjoyed this very interesting and engaging presentation, and the information was well received by our employees. He also spoke about Smartphone Awareness and Identity Theft Awareness. We are a telecommunications company, and yet we learned things that even we didn’t know and had not considered. Also, the video at the end gave his presentation a very moving and personal touch.
HR Manager SHRM-CP
Mark came out to our campus And did one of his phenomenal assemblies on the dangers of social media. The assembly was well received by our students and staff, most likely because the information was timely, pertinent, and well presented. If you are looking for an interesting, impactful means of informing your students and staff about the liabilities of social media, I give Mark Seguin and TBG Solutions my highest recommendation.
Central Baptist Church
Mark is personal and professional in his delivery and included well-received bits of humor as he connected with our audience. Our people left the session upbeat and encouraged. I have had many positive comments about how much they in loved the program and how they found it helpful. I highly recommend Mark and TBG Solutions to your organization if you are seeking to increase the peace of mind and safety of your employees, church, or synagogue.
Mark is a husband and father of five. As the founder of TBG Solutions Inc., he develops strategies, training and awareness programs to help employees, staff, and students safely navigate the Internet and the ever-changing world of social media. Mark’s identity was stolen as a child, and from that experience Mark recognized the rising rate of identity theft resulting from a lack of data security within companies and organizations and the devastating consequences individuals and organizations face. These factors influenced Mark to build what is now a cutting-edge security and risk management training company.
LEAD TRAINER/COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR
DANIEL SEGUIN BS, BA/PS
Daniel is a newlywed husband. He recently graduated from East Texas Baptist University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Political Science and recently got married in July of 2017. While at ETBU, he served as the Junior representative in the Student Government Association, the Enactus Secretary, and served the elementary students at the local Boys and Girls Club. Before attending ETBU, Daniel served as the student representative on the Campus Carry Policy committee at Tyler Junior College developing the school policy for the campus carry of concealed weapons that went into effect in the fall of 2017. He also served as the student representative on the Communications and Safety committee within the administration. He was personally invited to serve on these committees by the Provost and Vice-President of Student Affairs, Dr. Juan Mejia.
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.
Heather Anthony specializes in client development at TBG Solutions, Inc. Heather grew up in the Midwest and her down to earth personality relates well with various client backgrounds. She graduated college in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science - Business Administration degree from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and has been in some form of risk management for the majority of her career.
Heather has worked in the student loan arena, also servicing retirement plans including employer sponsored 401k planning and managing key employee contributions of the companies.
After her short break from her career to be a full time mom, Heather saw the many benefits and challenges that evolved from Social Media and combining that with kids and the new phenomenon of smart phones. Heather attended one of the parent sessions at her daughter’s school that TBG Solutions was at and realized some of the negative impacts Social Media could have on students, teachers and parents and wanted to make a difference. Her passion for educating and sharing our message is how she became connected with TBG Solutions, Inc. She now primarily calls on schools to share our training programs and enjoys the lasting impact it’s having on our communities.
Jonathan is a professionally certified tennis coach and has trained students and adults for the past 8 years at country clubs and family tennis centers. He now serves as the Head Men's & Women's Tennis Coach at Jacksonville College. During his time in NJ, Jonathan became a trainer for a non-profit organization called “Heroes and Cool Kids” in which he raised awareness for students on the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and bullying. Now, at TBG Solutions, he trains students and adults of all ages to safely use social media, and raises awareness on the dangers of sexting and cyberbullying to stop it in its tracks. He has also written and implemented TBG's "Don't Be Like D.A.V.E" Program (Drugs, Alcohol, Vaping, E-cigs). Jonathan graduated from Tyler Junior College and has his Bachelor's Degree in Religion from Liberty University. He is currently earning his M.A. in Biblical Literature from Wesley Biblical Seminary; after completion he plans to pursue his Ph.D. In his time outside of TBG, Jonathan teaches Sunday School for the youth at his church, leads a Bible Study for young adults/college students, mentors a child through Mentoring Alliance/Gospel Village, and avidly watches tennis and baseball on TV...and Star Wars.
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 began the pursuit of his career at LA Tech University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Sociology with an emphasis in Criminology. After graduation, he attended the University of Louisiana Monroe Police Academy and worked 6 years on Patrol with the Monroe Police Dept. and Morehouse Parish Sheriff’s Dept. He later received a teaching certificate from the Louisiana Dept. of Education and the Texas Education Agency where he taught classes in Criminal Justice and Intro to Police Operations.
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.
Jimmy Parrish is a native of Montgomery, Alabama and a graduate of The University of Alabama & The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He served for 10 years as Minister of Single Adults at the Shades Mountain Baptist Church in Vestavia Hills where he was named in 1998 as the “National Single Adult Minister of the Year”. That same year he served as one of the original consultants to E-Harmony, the internet-based dating & relationship service.
In 1999 he founded an organization 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 this rapidly emerging field of security & data breaches. Since then he has trained tens of thousands of employees in 43 states in the area of Identity Theft Risk Management and Cyber Security. His specific focus is training educational institutions including over 70+ school districts through his partnership with the School Superintendents Association of Alabama.
Mr. Parrish is a graduate of Leadership Vestavia Hills and is the proud father of four grown children & “Papa” to seven grandchildren. His hobbies include reading, college sports, spending time with his family, & traveling. He currently resides in the Birmingham, Alabama area with his wife Dr. Sherry Parrish, recently retired Assistant Professor of Curriculum & Instruction at The University of Alabama in Birmingham and author of the award-winning mathematics professional development books on “Number Talks”.
Ashley Seguin is a newlywed wife (to Daniel) and a current student at East Texas Baptist University, earning her baccalaureate degree in Social Studies Education. During her expected tenure as a history teacher, she plans to pursue her Master’s Degree in Social Studies Curriculum Development. She is a member of the ETBU Student Government Association and a member of the ETBU IPDA Debate Team. She is a member of the Alpha Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honors society for 2-year colleges. Ashley also works as a history and writing tutor at ETBU.
Ashley has a passion for students of all ages. She felt her calling to be a teacher at a young age. TBG was a welcome opportunity to impact the lives of students on a personal level. Within TBG, she currently fills several roles. Her chief role is as a writer of the TBG Proactive Program. She is also an account manager and administrative assistant to Mark and Daniel.