Clyde Loll has spent over 35 years of his professional life in the private industry sector. He has served in various decision-making roles from mid management to the C-suite level. Within that bandwidth Clyde was influential in international team building within 43 countries, professional development, strategic implementation, organizational collaboration, regulatory compliance, and crafting management systems. He designed, developed, and implemented quality, health, safety, environmental and security programs within the electric utility, healthcare, transportation and oil and gas critical infrastructure. Clyde currently serves as a part-time Project Manager-I within the Institute of Homeland Security at Sam Houston State University.
Clyde is a master-level board-certified hazard control management professional, a certified quality management system lead auditor, a State of Texas certified firefighter and a certified Zenger-Miller trainer in leadership development. Mr. Loll’s specialized training has ranged from disaster preparedness, emergency response, crisis management, security vulnerability and threat level assessments. Clyde has been a guest instructor at Texas A&M University municipal and industrial fire schools on numerous occasions. He was appointed by the Governor of Texas in 2020 to serve as a State Commissioner on the Texas Commission of Fire Protection. Clyde is an inventor and has a patent with the US Patent Office, Registration #5281067.
Clyde attended Sam Houston State University where he studied Agribusiness and San Jacinto College pursuing his education in Fire Protection, Emergency Management and Safety. He currently serves on the SHSU Industrial Advisory Board within the Engineering & Technology department.
He is married to his wife Stacey for 23 years. Clyde has two adult children, Christopher and Alexis and two grandchildren, Wesley and Noah.