Guy Bliesner began his career in education in 1994 as a high school teacher and coach. Moving into administration in 2006 as the Safety and Security Coordinator for the Bonneville School District. While serving in that position he was named to the Idaho’s Governor’s School Safety Task Force. Also, during his Bonneville tenure, he was named a finalist for the 2011 Campus Safety Magazine’s national Campus Safety Director of the Year Award. In 2013 he left the district to form, with a partner, the School Safety, Security, Risk Management consulting firm of Educators Eyes. This firm developed and implemented Idaho’s first statewide school safety and security condition assessment. In 2016 he dissolved the firm to join, as a founding member, the then newly created Idaho Office of School Safety and Security.

He currently serves as the School Safety and Security Analyst assigned to schools in Southeast Idaho. He also serves a board member for the National School Safety Center Asso. (NSSA), a President-Elect and board member for the National Council on School Facilities (NCSF), a member and sub-committee chair for ASIS International’s Technical committee for the development of School Safety Standards and a founding member of the National School Safety Directors Association (NSSDA). His passion and mission is to advocate nationally on issues of school safety and security and to support the public and charter schools of southeast Idaho to help to bolster school safety through assessment, training, and planning assistance.