President, Global Solutions
In his current position as President of Global Solutions, Michael has overall leadership responsibilities for the
Global Solutions business, an outbound Expat solutions and services business. He recently added the
responsibilities of our FrontierMEDEX Assistance and Security Services businesses.
Michael began his career at UnitedHealth Group in 2004 as Vice President of First Sale Communications. Michael
and his team identified and implemented new technologies resulting in improved productivity internally and
enhanced responses and customer satisfaction externally. He dramatically improved the quality of reporting and
representation of Uniprise networks to customers and consultants.
Prior to UnitedHealth Group, Michael was the Executive Vice President at Convenience Learning International. His
responsibilities included directing daily operations, creating the business plan for growth and raising capital
for expansion. In addition, Michael spent six years at GE Capital where he held positions such as the Senior Vice
President of Global e-Business and Vice President of Product Marketing.
Michael received a B.A. degree in Business Administration and Psychology at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN. He
also received a mini MBA in Health Care Management at St. Thomas University in Minneapolis, MN. In addition,
Michael recently completed the course "Doing Business in China" at The Gavin School of International Management,
Thunderbird University. While at GE, he completed Industry Best Practices courses in Management Development,
Six Sigma, Change Acceleration and Change Management Programs.
VP Security Services
Charlie LeBlanc is the president of security services for FrontierMEDEX. He serves on numerous committees and
advisory groups, including the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Security Council, NBAA International
Operators Committee, Governor of Texas Advisory Board of Counter Terrorism and Critical Infrastructure Protection,
and the Security Executive Council Solution Innovations Advisory Board. He recently joined the Canadian Business
Aviation Association (CBAA) Board Security.
Recognized as a leading authority on aviation security and general security principles, Charlie has been quoted
in The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and many other top daily newspapers around the United States. He has
also appeared frequently on CNN and CNBC. He launched his security career as a senior loss and theft manager with
Continental Airlines Cargo Division, where he developed security procedures, analyzed loss trends and authored
procedures on acceptance. Prior to joining FrontierMEDEX, he served as southwest regional manager for ITS, a
commercial aviation security firm. Charlie earned his bachelor's degree in criminal justice from California State
University at Long Beach.