Ambassador (Ret) Dell L. Dailey served over 36 years on active duty in the U.S. Army. He reached the rank of Lieutenant General as the Director of the Center for Special Operations (CSO), U.S. Special Operations Command, at MacDill A.F.B., Florida. His duties involved participation in all recent major military operations.
Dell is currently the President of a family owned consultant company. This enterprise is the culmination of four decades of government service with a brief period as President, Pacific Architects and Engineers. Currently, he and Family supports the U.S. Special Operations Command mentoring program, numerous product focused companies, private equity firms, explosive ordnance disposal multi-talented company, small arms distribution, selected information technology companies, think tank efforts, and unconflicted service companies (large and small) that support the U.S. Government and international operations. He serves on a number of boards as advisor and director. His directorship covers both being chairman of a private ESOP company and as a director on several Special Security Agreement companies. As a National Association for Corporate Directors Governance Fellow he has both the practical and formal experience as a qualified board director. He is currently a Senior Fellow in the U.S. Military Academy’s Combating Terror Center. Additionally, he served as an advisor on the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Center for Ethics and Rule of Law board.