Human Intelligence, National Security Specialist
Arizona, USA

Danny B. Scalf has over twenty-five years of progressive experience in management, intelligence and diplomacy. He holds a baccalaureate degree in Political Theory and Asian studies from the University of Maryland, a master’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Chaminade University, Honolulu, and a master’s degree in Community Counseling from the University of Phoenix. His foreign language proficiencies include Russian, Chinese Mandarin, and Bahasa Indonesian. Scalf’s demonstrated expertise in cross-cultural communication and negotiations has resulted in a long list of achievements within the military and civilian communities. In addition to his work within the Department of Defense, he has held numerous positions in business and industry, employing his expertise in risk assessments, forensic investigation and mediation.

Scalf’s work has resulted in exposing political corruption in a state’s law enforcement organization and in confirming the presence of organized crime within business enterprises. In conjunction with the US Customs Service, he developed and implemented a program to identify travel by notorious individuals. As Operations Officer within the Army Intelligence Operations, he was the vital force in averting several international incidents that could have resulted in armed conflict or acts of terrorism. Scalf has received numerous awards and decorations for his work with sensitive intelligence operations that were of major significance to national security. In 1994, he received the Exceptional Human Intelligence Collector Award from the Director of the United States Central Intelligence.

Professional organizational affiliations include Alpha Phi Sigma (Criminal Justice Honor Society), Chi Sigma Iota, (Counseling Honor Society), as well as the Arizona Chapters of the Association of Conflict Resolution and the American Counseling Association.