Jaeckle started his career with Walmart, catching shoplifters while attending college. In 2017, he was named vice president of asset protection and safety at Meijer.
Jesse Dudley joined the Loss Prevention Research Council in 2014 where she has grown to become an integral part of the LPRC leadership.
Kochman believes that working together, speaking with a collective voice, and merging industry resources will reduce overall retail theft.
Greene began his LP career with Broadway Stores in 1978 and moved to TJX Companies in 1991, where he has spent the past thirty years.
"Whether personally or professionally, I always strive to find a way to provide value to each and every relationship."
“Early in my career I realized the value of employing resources outside of my department to further my investigative efforts.”
“Carrying out research on retail LP is not easy. Information is often hard to come by. Organizations are frequently wary about sharing data."
“To be a true leader in LP, you must stay true to your values, be flexible, adaptable, have compassion, and strive to make things better.”
“If there’s anything that working two decades in the industry has taught me, it’s that keeping solutions simple is critical to success.”
RILA's Lisa LaBruno’s ability to connect the asset protection industry has been the symbol of leadership during the COVID pandemic.