Leadership and conviction are the hallmark of SIGNAL’s offering, making Ted’s wisdom and valor, both on the battlefield, the home front and on Capitol Hill, indispensable to our company’s influence and guidance. His expertise is a crucial factor in SIGNAL’s ability to deliver unsurpassed national security, defense, intelligence, and cybersecurity guidance to a multitude of national interagency clients.
Now a retired Army combat arms officer, Ted’s service to our Nation spans twenty-three years, with nineteen spent in the field amongst elite parachute/airborne units prior to serving in the Office of the Chief Legislative Liaison, Army at the Pentagon. His ability to create a capture strategy and tirelessly push for solutions that maximize a client’s return on investment were honed while developing and implementing the Army’s congressional goals and objectives for transformation policy, readiness, worldwide operations, mobilization, and training issues. His tenure as Chief of Policy for the Legislative Liaison office encompassed an array of issues including personnel, base realignment, and closure (BRAC), medical issues, chemical demilitarization, logistics and material command accounts.
Ted earned the Bronze Star Medal while holding multiple combat command assignments within the Army, and his heroism on September 11, 2001 following the Pentagon terrorist attack earned him the Nation’s highest decoration for bravery (in peacetime), The Soldier’s Medal. He is a lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, a member of the American Legion and The Association of the United States Army, studied at Georgetown University’s Government Affairs Institute, and is a graduate of both the New Mexico Military Institute and Bowling Green State University. His loyalty to country, and our clients, is only surpassed by his devotion to his wife, Liz Roberts and their daughter Lily.