With over fifteen years of experience in the security industry, Mr. Mutchnick specializes in high level security consulting, risk mitigation, specialized security training, threat assessments and vulnerability analysis for commercial and government entities. Relevant projects include:

  • Design and implementation of the Red Ball Drills®. A first of its kind, active shooter and workplace violence training program.
  • Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) for several NGO’s and commercial companies.
  • Specialized training in route and facility analysis for large corporate security teams.
  • Full security assessment for universities, commercial clients, and government agencies.
  • Security systems analysis and design for several large chemical plants.

Aric attended the University of Michigan where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in chemical engineering. After graduating, Aric moved to Richmond to work for a large, international private security firm. In 2006, Aric left the firm to start his own risk management consulting company.

Aric is currently President of Experior Group, Inc., a premier security consulting firm providing services for numerous, NGO’s, commercial clients, other private security firms and government agencies. Aric developed the Red Ball Drills® to fill a void – the absence of realistic active shooter training program that did NOT traumatize personnel.

Aric has worked in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria, and Haiti as well as over 35 other countries, giving him access to a wide spectrum of international security and safety issues. He currently serves on the board of advisors for the Foundation for Innovation and Discovery (FINND) and is an active member of the International Stability Operations Association (ISOA, formerly IPOA) as part of the membership committee. ISOA is one of the leading trade organizations for security companies in the US. He also currently serves on the board of advisors for a large, international security and investigations firm. Aric frequently lectures on private security issues and the Arab/Israeli conflict.