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Kent McCarthy

Shipping and Receiving Clerk

Innovative Percussion Inc

HQ Phone:  (615) 333-9388

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Innovative Percussion Inc

470 Metroplex Drive Suite 214

Nashville, Tennessee,37211

United States

Company Description

Innovative Percussion is a drumstick and mallet manufacturer based in Nashville, Tennessee. ...more

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Employment History

Special Agent

New York Field Office of the United States Secret Service


Manufacturing

Innovative Percussion Inc


Special Agent

U.S. Secret Service


Recording Services Student Worker

Murray State University


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Leadership opportunities abound for Warwick students | Warwick Valley Central Schools

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Guest speakers lined up by Leadership Academy students this year were: Mr. Gonzales from Make-A-Wish; Warwick Town Supervisor Michael Sweeton; Jan Brunkhorst from Beautiful People; best-selling author Jim Defelice; Mr. Phil Royle, Project Manager for LEGO Land; school administrators Dr. Leach, Mr. Yap, Dr. Washington and Mr. Sirico; Secret Service Special Agent Kent McCarthy; New York State Assemblymen Karl Brabenec and James Skoufis; the Athletic Director of Goshen Schools, Greg Voloshin; Warwick Town Judge Jeanine Wadeson; former school superintendent Ken Mitchell; Warwick School Board President Lynn Lillian; Vice President of Community & Corporate Relations for the NY Giants, Allison Stangeby; Purple Heart recipient and WVHS teacher Eduardo Avila; the founder of Sustainable Warwick, Bob McGrath; Lt.


Q&A: Students discuss leadership opportunities, responsibilities and their experiences in Warwick schools | Warwick Greenwood Lake NY | Local News

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Guest speakers lined up by Leadership Academy students this year were: Mr. Gonzales from Make-A-Wish; Warwick Town Supervisor Michael Sweeton; Jan Brunkhorst from Beautiful People; best-selling author Jim Defelice; Phil Royle, Project Manager for LEGO Land; school administrators Dr. Leach, Mr. Yap, Dr. Washington and Mr. Sirico; Secret Service Special Agent Kent McCarthy; Assemblymen Karl Brabenec and James Skoufis; the Athletic Director of Goshen Schools, Greg Voloshin; Warwick Town Judge Jeanine Wadeson; former school superintendent Ken Mitchell; Warwick School Board President Lynn Lillian; Vice President of Community and Corporate Relations for the N.Y. Giants, Allison Stangeby; Purple Heart recipient and WVHS teacher Eduardo Avila; the founder of Sustainable Warwick, Bob McGrath; Lt.


ISS World 2004 : Service Providers Club Event

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• Kent McCarthy, Special Agent, U.S. Secret Service
Fraud Management


NYC-Parents In Action

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This edition covers the following four fall panel seminars; Safety Net: Security Online with Secret Service Agent Kent McCarthy; Street Smart: What Children Need To Know About Personal Safety and Asserting Themselves, co-sponsored with Resources for Children with Special Needs, and KiDS of NYU; Homework for Parents: Helping Kids Help Themselves, co-sponsored with the Manhattan JCC; Starving For Perfection: Disordered Eating and Excercise in Boys and Girls, which was co-sponsored with KiDS of NYU Foundation.


The Spectrum

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The forum was held at Sacred Heart University in the Edgerton Center for Performing Arts from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. Special Agent Kent McCarthy and Special Agent Kris Tatara spoke to students about their careers in the Secret Service and the skills necessary to withhold their job.
You get to go to a lot of cool places and have a lot of good experiences," said McCarthy. McCarthy explained that Secret Service Agents are responsible for both protection as well as performing investigations. In addition to securing government officials, he described his involvement in exploiting counterfeit currency operations as well as investigating other criminal activities. "You're standing next to history. Just last week I was in the presence of the Pope in his visit to the United States," said McCarthy. People apply for Secret Service positions between the ages of 21 and 37 years of age. Applicants are required to have three years of educational experience beyond undergraduate school. McCarthy explained that he maintained a law degree before entering the Secret Service, while Tatara had gained experience working in the military. "Always remember to be patient," said McCarthy. "Don't be discouraged if you don't begin as a Special Agent. You have to be willing to go through the hurdles." McCarthy encouraged listeners to look into the U.S. Secret Service Volunteer Program.


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