Please welcome Dan Hally
Dan Hally has over 25 years of supervisory and management experience and previously worked a Captain with a Sheriff’s Office in Washington State. He has served on numerous boards and committees. These include serving as the Chair of the Washington State E911 Public Education Sub-Committee and as Vice-Chair of the Washington State E911 GIS Sub-Committee. He has extensive budget management experience including budget oversight on large national federal grant programs and with non-profit organizations. He is the Founder and Executive Director of the Houser Christman Memorial Fund which is a non-profit organization providing services to victims of crime and training to first responders. He has over 10 years experience in managing county and state tax revenue and state reporting. Dan has several years experience working with the United States Forest Service in Fire, Timber and Recreation Management. He graduated from Lewis Clark State College in Lewiston Idaho with his Bachelor’s Degree in Justice Studies and obtained his Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership at Gonzaga University. He proudly served in the United States Army as a Combat Engineer. Dan has a strong commitment to protecting the environment and has spent a lifetime enjoying the mountains of Idaho.