Daniel Pascale is responsible for security technology and emergency management related services for MHA clients. Prior to joining MHA full-time in October 2012, Daniel Pascale was the Senior Director of Emergency Communications & Security Technology for the University of Chicago. In this role he was responsible for overseeing all aspects of physical security systems including the design, procurement and implementation of security technology. In addition, Dan oversaw the UC Communications Center which serves as the primary public safety answering point for the University and Medical Center Safety and Security operations. Prior to the University of Chicago, he served 9 years with Rutgers University in NJ where he held the position of Commander of Security Operations and later the Director of Emergency Management with the Division of Public Safety. Dan is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and was selected as one of America’s “Top 20 Security Professionals under 40” by Security Director News in July 2009. He has completed the Emergency Management Institutes Incident Command, Unified Command and Community Educator programs in addition to Basic and Enhanced Risk Assessment through the Department of Homeland Security and Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX). Dan has written several articles published in periodicals such as Security Management, Security Dynamics and Campus Security Report relating to event planning, risk analysis and physical security. He has also served as President of the NJ College & University Public Safety Association and as a member of the NJ Governor’s Campus Security Task Force.