SightLogix Appoints Former Homeland Security Deputy Undersecretary to Board
SightLogix Inc., a provider of outdoor video analytics systems for perimeter security applications, announces the appointment of Jack Tomarchio to its board of directors. Tomarchio is a respected homeland security and intelligence professional and will help in guiding the strategic direction of the company to grow in the federal, state and local government markets.
“Jack’s homeland security experience and unique perspective will help SightLogix better serve the needs of our commercial and government clients,” said John Romanowich, SightLogix president and CEO. “His in-depth understanding of global security requirements coupled with his expertise and vision will be instrumental in developing our strategic business initiatives.”
Tomarchio is a former deputy undersecretary for intelligence and analysis operations under President George W. Bush. In this capacity, Tomarchio was the primary senior official in charge of the intelligence director’s partnership with state and local governments to build a domestic intelligence sharing network. Prior to his presidential appointment, Tomarchio practiced law with an expertise in national security issues. He recently retired as a Colonel from the United States Army Reserve where his last assignment was with the United States Special Operations Command.
Tomarchio has testified before both houses of Congress on homeland security and intelligence matters as well as being a frequent commentator, writer and speaker on national security issues. He is an adjunct lecturer at the United States Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, Calif.; serves as a Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute; and is a senior advisor to Berwyn Capital Interests. In addition to serving on the board for SightLogix, Tomarchio also serves on the boards of the Hoxie Harrison Smith Foundation and PureSafe Water Systems Inc.
Tomarchio graduated from Malvern Preparatory School and holds a bachelor of arts in history cum laude from the Pennsylvania State University, a juris doctor from Vermont Law School, a masters of governmental administration from the Fels Center of Government of the University of Pennsylvania and a masters of strategic studies from the United States Army War College.