George Rice has a diverse professional background including public policy, community and international development, and media relations, as well as ten years of law enforcement experience. He has planned, managed and directed local, state, federal and international efforts; designed and implemented organizational effectiveness and innovation strategies; researched and authored/co-authored publications and articles; and has developed and conducted workshops, presentations and lectures including television and radio appearances.
Rice began his professional career as a licensed private investigator conducting a variety of criminal and civil investigations. After which, he moved on to the public sector, working for the FBI and subsequently accepted an appointment with the US Drug Enforcement Administration, where during 10 years as a Special Agent he conducted investigations of major criminal organizations and represented DEA in a host of media, legislative, intelligence, and public awareness campaigns.
Rice’s post government-service career includes work in a number of different nonprofit arenas including advocacy groups, foundations, and professional and trade associations. His current activities include efforts as a published fiction author, and he was a feature writer for the on-line magazine, horizonmag.com. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Alvernia University in Reading, Pa. and a CPM in Public Management from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
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