J. Patrick Enderson
J Patrick Enderson is an accomplished serial entrepreneur, business executive and inventor with extensive experience developing and implementing start up businesses in a wide range of markets. As an inventor he currently holding both patent pending and R&D stage intellectual property assets which include, but are not limited to: OSINT integration solutions; Social Media Systems for Counter-terrorism and law enforcement applications and OSINT training and education curriculums.
Mr. Enderson has founded, co-founded and put management teams together for a number of successful start-up firms including: OSINT Solutions, HJR OSINT Center; and EVOZ®. Two of these firms currently represent a select and very small group of fully operational, privately held Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Centers in the United States which provide information based products, knowledge strategy and integrated technology solutions to commercial and government clientele.
He is a recognized OSINT subject matter expert and presenter and has previously presented at the ISS World Telestrategies Conference in Washington DC and at the Defense Intelligence Agency, (DIA) where the firm he founded, OSINT Solutions, was honored as the first commercial firm in their history to facilitate on Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Training Day in December, 2010.
He is the co-founder of the Washington OSINT Roundtable and is an avid and passionate advocate for increased information sharing and collaboration among public and private organizations.
His educational background began as a pre-med major while attending Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He then decided to proudly serve his country and enlisted in the United States Navy; completed his training as a Cryptologic Technician at the Center for Information Dominance (CID) as an honors graduate; was subsequently stationed and served in Europe and completed his service as an honorably discharged, service-disabled veteran. J.Patrick Enderson then studied business management while attending the University of Maryland.