Safety Day’s at Boys and Girls Club in Lacey Washington Priority for Alum Herb Gould

CBRN owner credits Oceanside Ca club for putting him on path to success

Seattle, WA (September 13, 2010)—Herb Gould has been involved with the Boys and Girls club since he was
6 years old. He says the club helped him and his friends to keep off the streets and stay out of trouble. As a
teenager, he worked for Jim Caufield, now Senior Vice President for the national organization.

Following a successful 20 year career in the army, Gould started CBRN professionals to help organizations
prepare for disasters. He settled in Lacey Washington after being stationed at Joint Base Lewis Mc Chord. “The
Boys and Girls Clubs are very special to me and my family,” said Gould. “Both my son and me are better people
as a result of our experiences. It was always my intention to give back to this organization as a member of the
private sector.”

CBRN Professionals sponsored 2 Safety Days for kids during the months of July and August at the Lacey
club. “Herb and his staff did a superb job working with our kids on two separate occasions, said Shellica Trevino,
Lacey Branch Director, Boys and Girls Club of Thurston County. “ The kids were taught about fire safety as well as
procedures for natural disasters. The staff at CBRN made the lessons fun and interactive for the kids, who range
in age from 5 to 11 years old. CBRN also provided lunch, which was such a special treat for them. The staff at
CBRN is generous, caring, and put great effort into the Safety Day’s. We look forward to working with them in the

Gould has plans in the future to create a mentorship program for high school students at the club interested in
the field of disaster training. He will also conduct a free vulnerability assessment for the facility next month.

“It is gratifying to learn that Herbert, that’s what we called him when he was a kid, is giving back to kids in the
Boys & Girls Club,” said Jim Caufield, Senior Vice President, Boys and Girls Club of America. “Having an expert like
Herbert teach kids about safety issues is a wonderful opportunity for them.”

CBRN Professionals is a Veteran-owned company based in the Seattle area providing services to the Puget Sound
region; Portland, Oregon; San Francisco, California; Los Angles, California; San Diego, California and other major
cities across the United States of America. The organization specializes in providing organizations the information
and solutions needed to prepare and mitigate a disaster such as a chemical, biological, radiation, or nuclear