Biography of Gregory M.
Johnson is the President of Huffmaster Crisis Response, LLC. He
is responsible for the overall sales and operations of the Crisis Services
portion of Huffmaster's business. This includes all Strike Security, Healthcare
Strike Staffing, Industrial Strike Staffing, Strike Consulting and Disaster
Response services. Greg is also
responsible for the non-strike related staffing services provided by Huffmaster
to its industrial and healthcare clients.
started at Huffmaster in 1986 after serving on a U.S. Army Special Forces "A"
Detachment as a Light Weapons Specialist and Communication Specialist. During
his military career Greg graduated from several military schools including the
Special Forces Qualification Course, Special Operations Training Course and
start at Huffmaster was as the Director of Special Projects where he worked
across all divisions and service lines, refining his project management and
remote operation skills. During this time he directed labor dispute operations,
large investigations, disaster response deployments and the start of Huffmaster's
strike staffing service line.
Greg was promoted to Vice President of Operations for Huffmaster where the
majority of his efforts were dedicated to building Huffmaster's strike business
into a national leader. During this time, the strike division at Huffmaster
grew from a local and regional strike security provider to a premiere national
labor dispute management company providing strike planning, security and
temporary staffing services to clients across all industries. Greg held this
position until 2001 when he was promoted to President of Huffmaster Crisis
Response, L.L.C. where he became responsible for the leadership of the company.
has held a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) since 1999 and became a
Certified Labor Relations Professional (CLRP) in 2008. Greg has spoken
frequently at various trade organizations on the topics of security and labor
dispute management and is recognized nationally as an expert on operating a
business during a labor dispute.