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Alex Jadrich


Alex Jadrich is a dedicated servant leader with unique work experience in incident management, security management, and emergency management. Alex is a Continuity Emergency Management Specialist (Citywide Continuity Program Manager) with the City and County of Denver. His role lies within the Denver Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management and is focused on the continuity of government and continuity of operations for the various agencies and entities of Denver, as well as the community and private businesses within the city.


Alex has a B.S. in Business Administration from the State University of New York-Brockport and an M.A. in Instructional Design & Technology from the University of Central Florida. Alex is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) though ASIS and a certified Threat Liaison Officer (TLO) with the State of Colorado. He holds a Certified Institutional Protection Manager (CIPM) certification and is currently in pursuit of achieving the designation of a Certified Emergency Manager Certification (CEM) though IAEM.

Professional Background

Before working for the City and County of Denver, Alex worked as the Manager of Public Safety, Security and Emergency Management for Denver Zoo, where he oversaw a wide range of responsibilities related to planning, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery efforts for all human, physical, and animal assets for the 84-acre zoo campus. Before that, he worked with The Walt Disney Company in various resort leadership roles over the years, including being a Resort Duty Manager/Security Operations Manager and working with executive leaders on incident management, guest satisfaction and brand protection. In 2017 he was awarded the honorable Disney Heroes Award, for using lifesaving skills on a guest.

Alex has presented at the ASIS Global Security Exchange conference and the International Foundation of Cultural Property Protection conferences, as well as has been written about in Security Magazine and in the ASIS Security Management Magazine.

Teaching Philosophy

Alex has a passion for ongoing professional development and always seeks to be engaged with trends and situational awareness within the industry. He believes it is critical to instruct, develop and attract folks to the Security Management and Emergency Management fields.
Alex approaches teaching with the same mindset he brings to security/emergency management. That means being understanding, engaged, thoughtful, empathetic, vulnerable, wholehearted, detailed, organized and daring. He expects students will do the same in their learning journey, learning from each other and keeping an open approach to learning and interacting.