Daniel Little is a former military officer responsible for planning and training numerous militaries. As Head of NATO Planning at the Warrior Preparation Center, US Forces – Europe, Daniel’s activities ranged from researching the original KFOR training to certifying Corps Headquarters of 27,000 military members to become first time certified or recertified at NATO. In addition to real-world mission planning, he has served as advisor to the US Joint Chiefs as well as numerous militaries worldwide. As a Program Manager in the Pentagon, Daniel authored education courses in the areas of Modelling and Simulation (M&S) as well as strategic technologies. He was a feature speaker at the NATO Lecture series on Modelling and Simulation.
As a Research Fellow for the Center for Technology, Security, and Policy at Virginia Tech, National Capital Region, United States, he was responsible for forging alliances between law enforcement entities in numerous regions in areas related to narcotics, weapons, nuclear proliferation and money laundering.
He has en Executive MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management and studied International Relations at St. Catherine’s College, University of Cambridge.