Managing Director, Roaring Fork Strategies
Adjunct Senior Fellow
Specializing in the economic and commercial aspects of national security, Danielle Camner Lindholm has worked in a comprehensive range of positions: doing international standards harmonization at the Department of Transportation; as the Country Manager for the Middle East and North Africa at the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA); as a Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State for Economic, Business, and Agricultural Affairs; as an Advisor for International Economic Policy at the National Economic Council; and as the Senior Policy Advisor to a U.S. Congressman, responsible for issues such as financial services, taxation, national and homeland security, and foreign affairs. She also spent several years as the Vice President of Government Affairs for BankUnited, headquartered in Florida, and was Board Chair of BU Delaware, a bank subsidiary, for nearly a decade.
Currently, Danielle is Managing Director of Roaring Fork Strategies. In this capacity, she represents public- and private-sector clients as they navigate the security-focused spaces between business and government. Prior to founding Roaring Fork, she was a Technical Director at BAE Systems Inc., serving as the Intelligence and Security Sector’s subject-matter expert on threat finance and hybrid/transnational threats. Danielle also served as a Vice President for Policy at Business Executives for National Security (BENS), managing a portfolio that included threat finance/anti-money laundering, intelligence transformation, homeland security, and federal/military partnering projects.
Danielle holds a B.A. (Classics) from Tufts University and a J.D. from the University of Miami. She is a member of the District of Columbia and Florida Bars, and the American Bar Association (2015-2018 Co-Chair of the National Security Committee; 2012-2015 Co-Chair of the International Anti-Money Laundering Committee and will become Co-Chair again in Sept 2018). She is a Certified Financial Crime Specialist. In addition to being Co-chair of the Board of the DC Chapter of the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS), she is an Advisory Board member of the Washington Cyber Roundtable and a Fellow at the American Security Project. She’s also a Co-Chair of the Financial Intelligence & Information Sharing Working Group (parent of the “FININT Dispatch”). Danielle was a member of the 2014 DHS-sponsored IC Analysts Public-Private Analytic Exchange Program’s “Non-Mainstream Money Exchanges” Team and the 2015-2016 program’s “ISIL Finances” Team. She’s currently a member of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance’s Finance Threats Council.