Lt. Col. Danny Addison is a senior consultant focusing on medical disaster response and contingency planning. He has a record of superior results at all levels of disaster response operations and medical supply chain management. His experience spans positions and organizations supporting contingency operations worldwide. Through his involvement in contingency operations in the United States and overseas, he gained valuable experience with local, state, federal, and international organizations.
Danny was the principal coordinator for a series of humanitarian operations sponsored by the Department of State in the former Soviet republics and in Asian countries. He also led projects for the U.S. Agency for International Development, analyzing and designing pharmaceutical supply chains at the national level. In addition, Danny led the LMI team that assisted the City of New York in the development of its Shelter System Stockpile Plan, and he led a team deployed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention responding to hurricanes Katrina, Ike, and Gustav and the North Dakota flooding. Danny is a retired military medical planner.