Liberty Defense Technologies brings together a highly qualified team of security experts dedicated to the safety and security of people around the globe.
We believe in innovative technology that will answer the call to protect innocent lives.
We are Liberty Defense Technologies.
Drawing expertise from successful ventures in a range of fields, the management team at Liberty Defense has the experience needed to drive the next generation of security products.
Aman Bhardwaj is a Product Development Executive with 20+ years of experience in building and leading global teams for large multi-national and startup companies such as Panasonic, Flextronics/Imerj, Educo and Hisense. Aman has extensive experience in engineering, program management, and business for bringing innovative consumer electronics products and services to the market and has a BEE & MSEE degree form Georgia Tech and EMBA from Georgia State.
David G. Albert is an external affairs executive with more than 25 years of government relations and political trend analysis experience, with areas of expertise in health and human services, international trade, aerospace and defense, real estate and construction, communications and political campaigns and elections. Currently, Albert is the co-founder and managing director of Wellington Dupont Public Affairs, which provides strategic counsel, business and public affairs support for clients in key industries in North America. As well, he is managing director of The Waverly Group, a government relations, communications and business development consulting practice.
Lindsay Murray is a CPA, CA with over 10 years of experience in complex technical accounting, financial reporting, risk management and corporate finance, complemented by recognized strengths in leadership, organization and communication. She is currently the Director of Finance a for Alterra Power Corporation where she manages a team in the areas of financial and operating reporting, financial planning and analysis, insurance, tax, and treasury for 7 operating power plants valued at USD $1.4B in the US, Canada and Iceland.
Brian Storseth has served on the board of directors for Reliq Health Care Technologies since July 2016, and as the chairman of the board of directors since September 2016. He has held many positions in public life, including town councilor for Barrhead, Alberta; MP for Westlock-St. Paul, Alberta; speaker of the legislative assembly of Alberta; founder and chairman of The Canada Lebanon Foundation (federal not for profit); and founder of The Hope Resource Centre for Battered Women (not for profit). Storseth has headed and been a distinguished member of various committees in agriculture, transportation and infrastructure, national defense and public safety. Additionally, he was chair of the government mining caucus for over four years.