Ronald Fowlkes understands the world in a way that few other people do. Fowlkes served in the Armed Forces and as an officer with the St. Louis Police Department. He understands the importance of giving back to his local and national communities.
Fowlkes, known as Ronnie to his friends and families, knows that humanity has a dark side. That’s why serving and protecting others is so important to him. Some of his proudest moments took place as a member of the SWAT team in St. Louis. He was a law enforcement officer for over a decade in his home city.
By using special tactics and urban warfare strategy, Fowlkes helped handle the most difficult situations in the city and county. He responded to hostage situations, scenes that required decontamination, and other extraordinary situation. During an era of increased gang activity, he helped keep the city safe for everyday, hardworking people.
His SWAT and military experience proved valuable in the next phase of Ronald Fowlkes’ career. After ten years in law enforcement, he became a security contractor for the United States Armed Forces. Fowlkes was proud to go back to the Gulf Region and help train soldiers in hostage negotiations and other operations.
Today, Fowlkes has combined his hands-on know-how with development of new security equipment. He works with Eagle Industries Unlimited, as a Business Development Manager. He helps train the company’s sales force. He explains the products so that the team can answer questions and make demonstrations more effectively.
Ronald Fowlkes has gone from being a soldier and a cop, to being the person who looks out for soldiers and cops. By helping bring EIU’s innovative security products to people in the field, he makes them safer and more effective in their operations. Under Fowlkes’ leadership, Eagle Industries Unlimited has seen an uptick in sales. Their sales force is closing more deals than ever.
In addition to his work, Ronnie loves his family. He is a proud Dad and avid hockey fan. The last and most important, in his eyes, way that he gives back is by coaching his boy’s team. Fowlkes calls St. Louis, Missouri home.