George Gelman has a Bachelor degree in Computer Engineering, a Masters degree in Business Administration and Postgradual diploma in National Security and Strategic Studies.
He is the CEO of Centro Internacional de Inteligencia, S.A. de C.V., Mexico based company specialized in training, consultancy and outsourcing in intelligence, investigations and trustworthiness assessment, as well as other law enforcement topics.
He was an adviser of the Mexican Attorney General, as well as for some major corporations.
From 2001 to 2004, he was the founding Vice-president of IALEIA (International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts) Chapter Mexico. From 2005 to 2007 he was its Treasurer and from 2004 to 2009 was the Director at Large for Latin America and the Caribbean of IALEIA International. In the same Association he was part of the Strategic Planning Committee from 2004 to 2005 and in 2006, he was the General Coordinator of IALEIA World Intelligence Training Conference, realized in Mexico City. He is also a member of other professional associations, like IAFCI (International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators), the Reid Institute, IAFIE (International Association for Intelligence Education) and IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police).
He has been trained in intelligence analysis in different prestigious organizations, like the West Yorkshire Police Training and Development Centre in Wakefield, UK and the Canadian Police College in Ottawa, Canada. He also has been trained in different law enforcement topics, like Interviewing and Interrogation, Scientific Content Analysis, Handwriting Analysis, Crime Analysis, Investigative Analysis, Terrorism Analysis and Hostage Negotiation, just to mention some.
He has been a speaker in many international conferences, like the "Sixth World Conference on Cocaine Traffic", in Acapulco in 2000, the "Sixth Hemispheric Conference on Prevention of Money Laundering", in Panama in 2002, the "First International Intelligence Conference", in Mexico City in 2003, the "Nineteenth International Conference on Systemic Research, Informatics and Cybernetics", in Germany in 2007 and the "First Brazilian Intelligence Conference", in Brazil in 2008.
In 2003 he coordinated the Training Program in Intelligence and Investigations, specifically designed and delivered for personnel of Mexican Internal Revenue Service. As a trainer, in Mexico, he taught employees of the Center for Investigations and National Security, Secretaries of Public Function and of Navy, Federal Preventive Police, Preventive Police of the State of Baja California, National Attorney General's Office, as well as of the State of Sinaloa and of the Federal District. Outside Mexico he taught personnel of the Organized Crime Unit of Honduras, National Antidrugs Secretary and Secretary for the Prevention of Money Laundering of Paraguay, Public Prosecutors' Office of Ecuador and one of the main banks of Venezuela.
He also has been a professor in different Postgraduate programs, like the Crisis Management and National Security at the Technological Autonomous Institute of Mexico, the Development and Administration of Strategic Intelligence Systems at the Institute of Technology and Superior Studies of Monterrey and the Public and Private Security at the University of Henares in Spain.