Title: President and Owner
Location: Louisa, Virginia, United States
Kent D. Benjamin, president and owner at C2Integration, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in supply chain risk management.
With over 20 years of experience to his credit, Mr. Benjamin has excelled as president of C2Integration since 2018. In this post, he provides supply chain risk management by reviewing American companies that may unknowingly be doing business with companies overseas with nefarious ties which could be detrimental to national security of the United States. He also does counterintelligence and insider threat assessments, reviews companies to discern if they have been compromised, and subsequently provides risk mitigation strategies to protect themselves and their intellectual property.
Mr. Benjamin began his career in the United States Army Reserves. He went on to serve in the United States Army as a senior interrogator during Operation Enduring Freedom from 2002 to 2003 and Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2003 to 2004. He has also worked as unit chief at the National Security Division of the Department of Commerce and as a supervisory special agent where he oversaw special agents working at locations in nine countries, with duties including managing strategic outreach engagement and foreign engagement programs. He holds certifications in Spanish language from the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center.
In addition to his primary vocation, Mr. Benjamin remains affiliated with various organizations in relation to his areas of expertise. He was a researcher for the Louisa County Historical Society, and held the role of outreach group lead for veterans and military families at his local church. He was an assistant scoutmaster of Boy Scouts Troop 417 and volunteered as a soccer coach.
In light of his impressive undertakings, Mr. Benjamin has accrued several accolades throughout his career. He was presented with two gold medals and a silver medal by the Department of Commerce and received an award from Health and Human Services. In the immediate future, he aspires to establish an organization that trains homeless individuals and those with low incomes in sustainable farming practices in the hopes that they cultivate produce for sale to restaurants and farmers’ markets.
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