WHO WE ARE

PRESIDENT

PRESIDENT & FOUNDER


Board and staff President, Scott Brawner, is Concilium’s senior co-founder and leads the ministry. 

Scott accepted Jesus as his personal Savior in January of 1987 and served in the United States Army with the First Ranger Battalion in Operation Desert Storm. 

Scott was called to Gospel ministry on active duty and and is a licensed and ordained pastor. Scott holds a BA degree in History and a MA in Christian Education. Scott has worked in mission sending and security endeavors for more than 20 years, including 7 years as Director of Risk Management for the International Mission Board, and co-founder and Executive Director of the Risk Management Network. 

Professional affiliations include Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), Risk Management Network, American Legion, US Army Ranger Association, NGO Security Network, and the International NGO Safety and Security Association (INSSA).

Scott lives in the USA with his wife and three children.


Scott Brawner

Board and Staff President

DIRECTOR


Board Secretary and staff Director of Logistics & Resources, Jason Schlotmann has coordinated travel, logistics, and supplies for volunteers, trainers, and employees of Concilium since its inception in 2014.


He accepted Christ as his personal Lord and Savior when he was a child. The death of his mother helped him pursue and find the unconditional love of Christ and he makes it a priority to make sure he is always spreading and sharing that love with others in all he says and does.


Jason Schlotmann

Director of Logistics & Resources, Board Secretary

DIRECTORS & SECURITY TRAINERS


The men and women of Concilium hail from backgrounds that are as rich and diverse as the multiple countries and continents from where they come from or currently live.


Their expertise is drawn from multiple professions including state and federal law enforcement, special operations, intelligence agencies, and decades of experience in security management from different Christian mission organizations and aid agencies


For security reasons, Concilium intentionally obscures the identity of some directors and security trainers for their safety and that of their families.