DANIELSON LEVERAGES EXTENSIVE BUSINESS, EDUCATION, AND PUBLIC SERVICE EXPERIENCE
BEDFORD, NH - Dave Danielson, Candidate for the Republican Nomination for State Senate District 9, today emphasized his extensive experience in business, education, and public service as elements he hopes to leverage as a State Senator representing Merrimack, Bedford, New Boston, Lyndeborough, Mont Vernon, and Greenfield.
Danielson’s business experience includes sales and marketing, management, and the establishment of his own LLC, Forecee Advocacy, LLC. His work and management for companies in the distribution, information technology, website development, telecommunication, real estate, and civil engineering industries has given him a broad base upon which to draw to address issues that impact businesses. He has worked for Digital Equipment Corporation and his own firm giving him the knowledge of forces that effect large and small industries. He feels that this broad experience of understanding the issues that affect businesses and their employees has prepared him to address issues now pressing the state.
While involved in these businesses he was recognized for his work by diverse industry associations. He served the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) as chair of the Commercial Systems Integration Committee, as chair the Small Cities and Rural Communities Committee of the American Public Works Association.
He has been an adjunct faculty member of Southern New Hampshire University for 0ver 25 years serving in the College of Online and Continuing Education. He has been awarded Teacher of the Year and has been inducted into the COCE Faculty Hall of Fame. In addition, he serves on the faculty senate representing adjunct faculty. He taught leadership and management courses at the New Hampshire Military Academy and was twice invited to teach at the US Department of Defense Information School (DINFOS).
His experience in public service is also extensive which is detailed on his website, http://www.davedanielson.com/ It includes twelve years as an elected Town Councilor responsible for developing and presenting a Town budget and maintaining a stable tax rate. As a volunteer member of the planning board he participated in helping the town recover following the economic devastation brought by banking collapse in the early 1990s. He helped to establish the Bedford Economic Development Corporation which sought to provide assistance to businesses seeking to grow or locate in the town. He has served on the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission for over 15 years as president for two years and as a current member of the executive committee.
He is currently ending his term as president of the New England Association of Regional Councils and is a member of the National Association of Regional Councils Board of Directors. He has served as a director of Serenity Place, a board member of the Moore Center, and as a member of the MetroCenter, an economic development collaboration of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, NH Department of Resources and Economic Development and the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission.