Daniel Tumminello Managing Director

Born in Livingston, New Jersey, Dan attended University of Delaware as an undergraduate and graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in Criminal Justice.  He attended Grand Canyon University for graduate school and obtained a Masters of Science in Leadership.  Dan has a certificate in Business Administration from the Mendoza College of Business at University of Notre Dame. In 2003, he embarked on his career with US Investigation Services (USIS) as an Investigator.  Dan served in the US Navy Reserves from 2002-2010 as an Intelligence Specialist. While working with USIS, Dan conducted federal background investigations and was a team leader until 2012.

Dan began as a Manager with S.A.F.E. Management in 2006 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ.  His responsibilities as a part-time Manager included providing and managing personnel for security, parking, ticket takers, ushers, and supervision for large public events including NFL games, college events, and concert events at University of Phoenix Stadium.  In early 2011 and 2012, Dan helped manage Super Bowl XLV and XLVI security shifts for daily security and game day operations. He also worked as a Security Supervisor for Super Bowl XLI & XLII.

In April 2012, Dan started full-time with S.A.F.E. Management as Director of Security.  He has been intricately involved in recruiting, interviewing, hiring and scheduling staff.  Dan also provides leadership to our 24-hour; 7 day-a-week security operation.  He prides himself on having a well-trained, friendly, and value added focused security team in which he has cultivated through his strong communication.

As Director of Security, Dan has assisted with the development of a new security screening procedure, i.e. “hand wanding”, of all individuals entering University of Phoenix Stadium on Cardinal game days.  His responsibilities have included the Tostitos Fiesta Bowls, two BCS National Championship games, Rolling Stones/U2 concerts, automotive sports, trade shows, International Soccer matches, conventions and festivals.

In January 2013, S.A.F.E. Management began work at Camelback Ranch Glendale (CRG).  Dan was instrumental in starting both overnight and Spring Training game day operations for CRG. Dan has been the director of operations for stadium events such as Cardinals Fan Fest, International Soccer, Concerts, and Spring Training Baseball.

Dan was selected as Director of Stadium Operations for the Mercedes-Benz Super Dome at Super Bowl XLVII, Metlife Stadium at Super Bowl XLVIII and University of Phoenix Stadium at Super Bowl XLIX.  During this assignment, he trained, managed and provided direction to all S.A.F.E. security staff in coordination with NFL security. Dan was part of the planning and game day operations for the 2016 & 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship game. In 2017, Dan worked with the NCAA in the preparation and execution of event and security operations for Men’s Basketball Final Four and currently works as a security consultant with the NCAA for Men’s Basketball Final Four.

Dan is a member of the National Center for Sports Spectator Safety and Security (NCS4).  Since 2016, Dan was been a member of the Private Security Committee of NCS4.  He acted as chairman and committee member for the City of Phoenix North Gateway Village Planning Committee from 2008-2015. He also served on the Board of Directors for the North Gateway Homeowners Association until 2015 and currently is on the Board of Directors for Collins Creek, Phoenix, AZ. Dan resides in Phoenix, AZ with his wife, Jill and their six-year-old son, Cale.

 Jain Borries Senior Event and Security Manager

Love of live entertainment and sports is what brought Jain to S.A.F.E. Management in 2006.  She began working with S.A.F.E. during the inaugural season for the Arizona Cardinals at their new home, the University of Phoenix stadium in Glendale, AZ.  Recognized for her high energy, enthusiasm and leadership skills Jain quickly rose from a Team Member position into a Manager role during major events including Cardinals games, Tostitos Fiesta Bowls, concerts, professional soccer matches and even WrestleMania.

When Super Bowl XLII came to the University of Phoenix stadium in 2008, Jain was invited to join a special team of Supervisors overseeing the security of the exclusive “On Location” parties that take place throughout the stadium on Game Day.  From that point forward Jain was invited to travel with an elite S.A.F.E. Management team to continue to provide leadership at several Super Bowl events across the country.

In July 2013 Jain was offered and accepted the opportunity to become Director of Operations for S.A.F.E. Management’s Super Bowl efforts.  For Super Bowl XLVIII in New Jersey, Super Bowl XLIX in Arizona and Super Bowl 50 in California Jain was responsible for setting up office infrastructure, creating and implementing procedures for interviews, hiring and record keeping. Ensuring the company and all guards were properly trained and licensed she directed all recruitment, hiring and training efforts of event security staff as well as facilitated agreements with security partners to provide safety and security at America’s greatest annual sporting event.

In 2016, Jain returned to the University of Phoenix stadium team with S.A.F.E. Management as the Event and Security Manager. Jain overseas the 24/7 security of the stadium, event daily security practices, and overall event management. She has helped train over 1,000 staff on a yearly basis. Her leadership of over 1500 staff daily has been instrumental in the success of the events at University of Phoenix Stadium.

Jain has been the lead for S.A.F.E. Management at Camelback Ranch Glendale (CRG) for the 2017 and 2018 Spring Training season. Her responsibilities at CRG have included the training of all event staff, security procedures of the backfields and game days, guest services and event incident tracking. Jain was a part of the successful role out of metal detection for Spring Training at CRG in 2017 and the implementation of MLB best practices for Spring Training.

Prior to joining S.A.F.E. Management full time, Jain was an Admissions Representative at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine.  As a huge proponent of healthy living she promoted Naturopathic medicine and education for the purpose of recruiting future students and patients. An engaging public speaker, Jain’s responsibilities included sharing information at college and job/career fairs, advising candidates on recommended undergraduate studies and providing tours to guests of the beautiful campus in Tempe, AZ.

Jain resides in Phoenix with her wife Meredith and their two cats “Puppy” and “Martie Graw”.  In addition to sports and live entertainment, they love to explore the Desert Mountains hiking and kayaking through the canyons down the Salt River and on the many lakes Arizona has to offer.

Becca Holtgreive  Event and Office Manager

Born in Mt. Pleasant, MI Becca attended Central Michigan University where she graduated with a degree in Commercial Recreation and Event Management with a minor in Hospitality in 2014.  Throughout college Becca completed internships with the Nashville Predators and the Detroit S.A.F.E. Management  Office.  After her internship with S.A.F.E. Becca traveled to Phoenix, AZ to assist with administrative duties at the Phoenix Convention Center for NFLX at Super Bowl XLIX.

After graduation Becca worked in Minor League Baseball with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans and the Carolina Mudcats for 2 seasons in Community Relations.  In July of 2017 Becca joined S.A.F.E. again as the Event and Office Manager for the Phoenix office.  Becca is responsible for overseeing:  payroll, recruitment, training, office procedures and managing the part time office staff. She has been instrumental in the staffing of all events at University of Phoenix Stadium and Camelback Ranch Glendale. Becca was an event manager during 2018 Spring Training at Camelback Ranch Glendale.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Lindsay R. Anderson, Events Manager

Born in Royal Oak, MI Lindsay attended Central Michigan University and graduated with a Bachelors of Applied Arts with a degree in Commercial Recreation with a concentration in Facility Management and minors in Event Management, Leadership, and Professional Sales. Throughout her college career, Lindsay completed internships at Walt Disney World Resort and S.A.F.E. Management in the Detroit Office. Throughout her internship at S.A.F.E. Management Lindsay assisted in the daily office operations and event day operations. After graduation, Lindsay traveled to New Jersey to assist with administrative operations for Super Bowl XLVIII.

In July of 2014, Lindsay moved to Phoenix after accepting a position as the Office Manager with S.A.F.E. Management at University of Phoenix Stadium. Lindsay was responsible for overseeing: recruitment, training, office procedures and managing the part time office staff. She was instrumental in the planning and scheduling of all events at University of Phoenix Stadium which has included Arizona Cardinals Football Games, Fiesta Bowl, Super Bowl XLIX, Gold Cup Soccer, One Direction Concert, College Football National Championship, COPA America Soccer Tournament, Guns N’ Roses, Monster Jam, Supercross, and NCAA Final Four. S.A.F.E. Arizona provides Security and Guest Services at Camelback Ranch Glendale, which is home of the L.A. Dodgers and Chicago White Sox Spring Training. Each year, Lindsay was involved in scheduling and training spring training staff as well as operationally working as an Event Manager throughout the month.

In April of 2017 Lindsay relocated from the Arizona Operation to Atlanta, GA to open the new Atlanta Operation at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United as an Office & Events Manager. She was responsible for the administrative aspect of the operation which included interviewing, training, onboarding, payroll & scheduling employees. She also worked as an Events Manager for events at Mercedes-Benz Stadium including, Atlanta Falcons Games, Atlanta United Games, 2018 CFP National Championship, Super Bowl LIII, MLS All-Star Game, MLS Championship Game, SEC Championship, and many concerts.

In February of 2019, Lindsay relocated back to Arizona from Atlanta to assist with a new operation in S.A.F.E. Arizona, with Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. Lindsay will oversee the operation at Salt River Fields, which includes Spring Training for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies and other events throughout the year. Lindsay will also work as an Event Manager for events at State Farm Stadium.

Lindsay has also been heavily involved with our administrative responsibilities during Super Bowl. She is responsible for assisting with the NFL Audit, which includes training employees, scheduling employees, reconciling employees and hours worked in time-keeping system, and submitting hours worked to the NFL daily. Lindsay has worked on the Super Bowl audit for Super Bowl XLIII, XLIX, 50, LI, LII, & LIII.

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