Adam Reynolds


Adam Reynolds is a security consultant focusing on federal security regulations and emergency response planning at chemical and petrochemical facilities.

Adam proudly served in the United States Marine Corps for 21 years, achieving the rank of Master Sergeant. During his time in the Marine Corps, Adam was deployed on six combat tours to Iraq and Afghanistan. Adam also served as a Communications Chief, an Anti-Terrorism / Force Protection Officer. Adam also served on Marine Security Guard Detachments in Rome, Italy; Beijing, China; and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and served as part of the Military Security Force at the Pentagon, charged with protecting the Chairman of the Joints Chiefs of Staff, visiting Chiefs of Defense, and the National Military Command Center .

Adam then brought his years of knowledge, training, and expertise as a United States Marine to the civilian sector, serving as a security and environmental consultant, where Adam educated and guided clients through proactively implementing best practices for emergency response. He provided solutions for both the public and private sectors, including managing regulatory and compliance issues relating to the United States Coast Guard, Environmental Protection Agency, BSEE, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and state regulatory agencies.

Prior to joining the Roberts Law Group / Chemical Security Group, Adam served as the Chief Investigator for the Houston SPCA, leading a team of 12, and working to submit over 1,200 civil cases and over 1,900 criminal cases.

Adam earned a bachelor’s degree in Homeland Security from American Military University, a master’s in safety and security leadership from George Washington University, and an executive master’s in homeland security and a certificate in public management from the Bush School of Government at Texas A&M University.