Paul Goldenberg is a highly decorated 30-year criminal justice and global security professional named by the leading national security publication as America’s 2020 Most Influential Person in Homeland Security. Through his work at Rutgers University’s Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience and as a member of the United States Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC), he has led sensitive projects within DHS at the request of the Secretary and members of Congress, such as the National Cyber Security Task Force, Subcommittee on Foreign Fighters, CVE policy center, Racial and Religious Violence Task Force, Countering Foreign Influence, and Youth Radicalization and Engagement. Working internationally, he commanded the OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) transitional policing mission where he traveled to Kosovo, Ukraine, Sweden, Belgium, France, Croatia, Poland, Slovakia, and numerous other European states to evaluate police response to growing extremism and building capacity between police and vulnerable communities. Paul’s government positions included chief of the NJ Attorney General’s Office responsible for Hate Crime and Domestic Terrorism, Executive Director of the nation’s 6th largest social service and juvenile justice system, lead agent of the Prosecutors Office Organized Crime Task Force, five years as a south Florida deep undercover agent where Mr. Goldenberg was named South Florida’s Law Enforcement Officer of the Year -after bringing down a major criminal cartel which resulted in more than over 150 arrests. He began his career in urban policing in New Jersey. Mr. Goldenberg is also a senior advisor to National PAL, Crime stoppers, County Executives of America, and the Council of Religious Leaders of Metropolitan Chicago.