Donald Shruhan is the Senior Regional Director for Global Security and Intellectual Property Enforcement, Apple Inc. for the Asia/Pacific Region. He leads the Asia/Pacific global security organization that is responsible for protecting Apple's personnel, products, and property, both real and intellectual.
Before joining Apple Inc., from 2003 until 2008, Mr. Shruhan was the Asia/Pacific Senior Regional Director for Pfizer Global Security where he established one of the premier security operations in Asia.
Prior to joining Pfizer, Mr. Shruhan served as a Special Agent of the Homeland Security Investigations/U.S. Customs Service for more than 28 years. As a member of the agency's Senior Executive Service, Mr. Shruhan managed investigations relating to trade fraud (intellectual property rights violations), cyber crime, international money laundering and international drug trafficking. In his capacity as Assistant Commissioner, Office of the International Affairs, Mr. Shruhan directed operations of 30 foreign-based attaché offices and long-term technical assistance programs in 47 countries.
During his tenure as the Assistant Commissioner, Mr. Shruhan led the development of the Homeland Security Investigations/U.S. Customs Container Security Initiative, increasing the safety of global trading systems at foreign seaports. In recognition of his accomplishments, Mr. Shruhan received the 2003 Distinguished Presidential Rank Award.
Mr. Shruhan was the Regional U.S. Customs Attaché Singapore for more than five years, and as a result enjoys an extensive network of established relationships with foreign law enforcement, customs and diplomatic contacts throughout Asia and the Pacific.
After CM, Mr. Shruhan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice (with high honors) from Northeastern University and was a Senior Executive Fellow at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Public Administration.
Mr. Shruhan and his wife, Kimberly, have two daughters.