Danielle Lindholm manages a portfolio that includes terrorist finance tracking, intelligence transformation, homeland security, and federal outreach projects. Specializing in economic and commercial aspects of national security, she's worked in a comprehensive range of positions: doing international auto-standard harmonization at the Department of Transportation, as the Country Manager for the Middle East and North Africa at USTDA, as a Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State for Economic, Business, and Agricultural Affairs (doing worldwide commercial issues), and as an Advisor for International Economic Policy at the National Economic Council. She has also spent time as the Vice President of Government Affairs for BankUnited, headquartered in Florida. Before joining BENS in January 2005, she served as the Senior Policy Advisor to a U.S. Congressman, working on issues that included financial services, national and homeland security, and foreign affairs.
Ms. Camner Lindholm holds a B.A. (Classics) from Tufts University, a J.D. from the University of Miami, and she’s currently pursuing an M.I.P.P. at the George Washington University. She is a member of the DC and Florida Bar Associations, a former Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a member of Women in Housing and Finance’s International Task Force, a member of the Aspen Institute Socrates Society, and a mentor with Women in International Security (WIIS). She is also the founder of the Devi Society, a work-life group for women and families in the National Security field. Danielle currently serves as the Chief of Staff to the Legal Working Group of the Project on National Security Reform.