Dan McDonough is executive chairman of Elauwit, a holding company with businesses in media and telecommunications. He also is a founding partner of Woden, a brand narrative agency, and is managing partner of the strategic consulting firm Baron Hunter. Dan’s early career was in media, and his news experience includes serving as editorial-page editor for daily newspapers in New Jersey; as a New York City-based special correspondent for the Washington-based Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.; and as a news professional with Gannett Co. and Dow Jones & Co. Dan’s articles on business, technology, and politics have been published in Intellectual Capital, National Review, The Christian Science Monitor, In These Times, and a number of other publications. He also services as the Regional Coordinator for the Burke to Buckley Program of the National Review Institute in Philadelphia. An Eagle Scout, Dan served on the National Committee of the Order of the Arrow and the honor society of the Boy Scouts of America, and has served as an officer and board member for many local council boards of the Boy Scouts. He spends considerable time traveling to and helping to support economic development in Haiti through his foundation.