In the 70’s, CEO David Allburn, a former USAF officer with BSEE-med and MBA-finance degrees, built a 1000-man national sales force for a financial services firm that listed him in the Dun & Bradstreet registries of the day. In the 80’s he and experts from SCORE syndicated a $680K private placement for his healthcare finance startup that accelerated cash flow for hospitals. In the 90’s he led software development teams for large scale data mining and customer relationship management projects in Silicon Valley. Upon 9/11 when the Bush Administration declared that child sexual abuse was terrorism, Allburn retired to apply his military training in counter-terrorism to thwarting pedophiles that infiltrate youth and children's program staffs. His research non-profit quickly discovered that civil liability and indemnity were at the root of ineffectual screening. This led him to study the topics so intensely as to become a listed expert witness at negligence trials over child sexual abuse, and to work closely with an insurer of the Catholic, Methodist, and Baptist churches on developing new insurance products. Mr. Allburn testified about his child abuse discoveries before the US Council of Catholic Bishops and the chief justice of the PA supreme court. To expedite fetching FBI criminal background reports for volunteers he invented a disposable method of fingerprinting entire roomfuls of applicants simultaneously in minutes. In 2010 Ohio University encouraged patenting and commercializing the invention. The resulting 2011 startup, National Fingerprint, Inc (NFp) has become a $Million international service firm discreetly fingerprint physicians and other VIPs in their homes via an army of local notaries and other Trusted Observers, everywhere FedEx goes. A subsidiary, International Fingerprint, has been set up to extend the company's Lifetime Valet service to Asian, European, and Middle East markets. Mr. Allburn is active in the FBI Compact Council and is an invited speaker and panelist for telemedicine trade associations in both US and Europe. He is an orchestral brass musician, an impatient woodworker, and a process inventor. He filed another patent, this time for GDPR risk reduction using the blockchain. His current objectives are assembling a top management team, expanding and relocating the NFp lab, and introducing more new products overseas.