• HumaniTV Appoints Alexander Buelna as President of Safety Division

    HumaniTV Appoints Alexander Buelna as President of Safety Division

    AUSTIN, TEXAS – August 21, 2012 – HumaniTV, an Internet media and services firm committed to saving lives and impacting communities globally, today announced the appointment of Alexander Buelna as President of the HumaniTV Safety Division.

    “Alexander Buelna’s tenured experience in safety, risk management and mitigation make him a natural fit as President of HumaniTV Safety, and an invaluable asset to our team as a whole,” stated Matt Tankersley, HumaniTV CEO & Co-Founder. “His desire to serve and support victims of PTSD (“Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) provide clear indication his heart is in exactly the right place as a member of our leadership team.  HumaniTV is an ideal platform to equip him with further exposure and reach in the pursuit of his passions.”

    Alexander J. Buelna has spent over 28 years as a federal agent and commissioned warrant officer for the United States Army working in various regions worldwide. His career and experiences created vast opportunities to grow beyond government service into assisting disabled veteran’s and government employees excel and develop beyond their own capabilities.  Mr. Buelna has worked for various agencies to include the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of the Interior Office of Inspector General, the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General, and the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division. He has served in multiple levels of management within these organizations including Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge, Resident Agent in Charge, Special Agent in Charge and Commander.

    Mr. Buelna is a veteran of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom and served as the Special Agent in Charge/Operations Officer, for the Coalition Provisional Authority, Protective Service Detail, Baghdad, Iraq (2003-2004). He was responsible for the successful security development, management and operations for the United Nations Special Envoy’s, Security and Electoral Mission Assessment Teams, as well as, providing successful personal protection details for various U.S. Congressional Delegates, U.S. Cabinet Level Officials and Heads of State, within a combat environment.  He is the recipient of “The Bronze Star Medal” for subject matter expertise in planning, coordination, and execution of over 300 protective service missions throughout the Iraqi theater of operations without a loss of life.

    Mr. Buelna holds a Master of Science degree in Public Safety, specializing in Criminal Justice and is currently in the pursuit of a PH.D in Public Health, concentrating in Community Health and Education at Walden University. His humanitarian vision and passion include the research and development of his dissertation surrounding issues related to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as it applies to combat Veterans and first responders. He shares his vision and passion through his personal experiences as a mentor, collaborator, and advisor.

    About HumaniTV

    HumaniTV, headquartered in Austin, Texas, serves as the media, marketing & technology division of The Humanitarian Ambassadors Foundation (HAF) a nonprofit based in Austin, Texas and Connecticut.  HumaniTV believes that life is a WE thing, not a ME thing, and that service to one another is the only path to sustainable life, joy and blessing for all!  HumaniTV delivers the first and only deep, rich, and wide platform detailing the global perspective of man’s plight to aid his fellow man.   Using their revolutionary Internet TV & technology platforms, HumaniTV endeavors to “Connect, Train, Equip, & Deploy” individuals and institutions to save lives and impact communities as never before.  HumaniTV challenges everyone, everywhere to Join Together, in the Journey from Awareness to Action!”   

     HumaniTV is a privately held company. For more information, visit www.humani.tv or call (512) 600-0880.

    Media Contact:
    Pete Monfre
    (512) 663-7393
    [email protected]

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