Kaba Mas LLC, a global security and access control products manufacturer specializing in government use and a subsidiary of dormakaba US Holding Ltd. (dormakaba), has named two global security experts to its board of directors. Michael Chiavacci is the chief revenue officer for 3SI Security Systems, and Peter Dordal is the president of Gardaworld Federal Services.
“I am delighted to appoint Mike and Pete to the Kaba Mas LLC Board of Directors,” says Alex Houston, chief operating officer for dormakaba. “Both are accomplished security industry experts. Mike brings proven expertise in technology, digital innovation, and product development. Pete contributes significant experience in sales, market development, national security, and compliance. I am looking forward to their collective contributions to the Kaba Mas LLC organization.”
Chiavacci is known for his leadership and technical product acumen within the security industry, including product development, software engineering, sales leadership, and general management. He graduated from the United States Air Force Academy with a BS in Engineering and Business Management and served as an officer in the US Air Force. He holds an MS in Systems Management from the University of Southern California.
Dordal is an accomplished security management professional and business leader with experience in the U.S. military, private and public security, the intelligence community, and entrepreneurial commercial endeavors. Dordal is an expert in Foreign Ownership Control and Influence (FOCI) compliance and corporate governance. He holds an MBA from the McColl Graduate School of Business (Queens University) and is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government International Security Program.
“Pete and Mike are both proven leaders in their respective fields and a welcomed addition to the Kaba Mas LLC board,” says Bruce Kayal, inside director for Kaba Mas LLC. “We have made a considerable investment in this business and feel Pete and Mike provide the additional corporate governance, global strategic direction and FOCI compliance needed to take us to the next level.”