Mike Kevorkian Managing Director

Mike first began working with S.A.F.E. in 1994, supporting the event management for the Baltimore Stallions (CFL).  After spending 12 years with the Walt Disney World, Mike returns for his eighth year as the Director of Operations for S.A.F.E.’s Super Bowl efforts.  Mike graduated from Towson State University with a B.S. in History and earned his MBA from Stetson University.

 Michael Paul Office Manager

Michael brings a very personable and team focused attitude to this year’s Super Bowl after assisting with the transportation of security staff from Milwaukee to Minneapolis on Super Bowl Game Day last year.  Michael worked at Walt Disney World for 15 years with roles that included General Employment Interviewer with the Walt Disney World Casting Center, a facilitator of Walt Disney World’s Company Orientation which all new hires go through, as well as various leadership roles in which he led full time and part time employees in day to day operations. Michael has a degree in Human Resources from Eastern Illinois University.

 Logan Countryman  Hiring Manager

Logan worked last year’s Super Bowl assisting S.A.F.E.’s reconciliation efforts at U.S. Bank Stadium.  He has worked closely with reconciling and personnel files in S.A.F.E.’s Baltimore Operation.  Logan will use his experience and growing knowledge base to assist with tracking the hiring/training status of our new hires and also assisting with payroll, before returning to assist with reconciliation for event shifts during January and February.  Logan graduated from York College of Pennsylvania with a degree in Sport Management.

Charlie Montpetit  Credentialing Manager

Charlie worked as a member of our administrative/interview team last year in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII.  He holds a degree in Law Enforcement through Minnesota State University and has applied his passion for law enforcement and public safety by working with no less than 3 private security companies in Minnesota in support of special events.  His knowledge of the Super Bowl credentialing process will be beneficial as he takes on the role of Credentialing Manager for Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta.

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