Kenneth Valentine

former Special Agent in Charge,
United States Secret Service

Ken Valentine retired from the United States Secret Service in 2020 as the Special Agent in Charge of the Dignitary Protective Division in the Office of Protective Operations. His career on the Presidential Protective Detail spanned ten years and three presidencies, during which he was in charge of White House access controls and worldwide operational security.

He and Sandra have been married thirty-one years and have five amazing children. Since his retirement from the Secret Service, Ken has served as a Senior Vice President in the banking sector, focused on corporate security and operational risk. Ken also serves on the Board of Directors at The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children where he chairs the Operations & Law Enforcement Committee.

Ken is a certified leadership trainer through Pointman Leadership Institute, teaches a group class at The Church at Brook Hills, and serves on the Board of Directors at The WellHouse, a home for human trafficking victims.

He is the author of “Cheating Death”, widely available from Post Hill Press. Ken holds an undergraduate degree from Purdue University, a law degree from Mississippi College and leadership training certifications from Harvard and American Universities.

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