Who is John Danielson?
John Danielson, MD, is a board certified Otolaryngology and Plastic Surgery Specialist. He practices at 8053 Cleveland Pl, Merrillville IN 46410.
John is a member of the Medical Association of Indiana and the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery. He also serves on the board of a number of other organizations.
Early Life and Education
Danielson was born in Waltham, Massachusetts. He was raised in a family with a strong sense of community. He served with the United States Army Air Corps during World War II and later worked as a painting contractor.
Early in his career, he realized that the private sector, working closely with public entities, has an important role to play in creating improved education systems and technologies for all children. In 2005, John co-founded the international education consulting firm Chartwell Education Group LLC along with former United States Secretary of Education Rod Paige.
Today, he provides thought-leadership, advice and counsel across the domestic and international education sectors. He serves on the boards of Declara (Palo Alto), Magnus Gyan (New York), Vatterott Educational Centers (St. Louis) and The University of the Potomac (Washington). He is also a Senior Advisor to American Prison Data Systems and Speakaboos.
John Danielson has worked in many different sports and entertainment venues. He is most famous for his career in wrestling.
During his professional career, Danielson has worked for several companies, including Ring of Honor and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. He has also competed in other promotions around the world.
He first made a name for himself in ROH in 2003. He was known for his intense matches and has a reputation for staying on the mat long periods of time.
He has a long history of wrestling and has trained at several reputable schools. He is currently a board member of Declara (Palo Alto), Magnus Gyan (New York), Vatterott Educational Centers (St. Louis), The University of the Potomac (Washington), and as a Senior Advisor to American Prison Data Systems and Speakaboos (New York). He is also a co-founder of Chartwell Education Group LLC, an international education-consulting firm.
Achievements and Honors
John Danielson co-founded an education company serving the academic and behavioral needs of at-risk middle and high school students in many of the nation’s largest urban school systems. These innovative schools demonstrated substantial student academic growth and considerable reductions in district-wide crime rates.
He also served as a senior aide to the United States Secretary of Education and later Chief of Staff for Rod Paige. He is a board member of the USC-Schwarzenegger Institute for Global Policy and the AfterSchool Alliance.
He was honored for his contributions to the community by receiving the Volunteer Fund Raiser Award from the City of Houston, Texas. He was also named a Sagamore of the Wabash by the Governor of Indiana. In addition, he was a member of the President’s Council, Well House Society, Twelfth Man Club, Pacesetters and the Society for the Friends of Music.
John Danielson grew up in Sweden and immigrated to the United States when he was young. He was a member of the YMCA national staff and devoted his life to helping disadvantaged children in his community.
He had a passion for teaching and ensuring that all children have the opportunity to receive an excellent education. He also enjoyed traveling and spending time with his family.
He was a founding partner of Community Education Partners, Inc. and Chartwell Education Group LLC, an international education-consulting firm. He presently holds a position of Chairman at Education Management Corp. and serves on several boards. He was also a former Chief of Staff at the United States Department of Education. He earned a reputation for his ability to adapt innovative business strategies and tactics to resolve issues facing public education.
John Danielson is an American professional wrestler and a member of World Wrestling Entertainment. He has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
He has a degree in business administration from the University of Texas at Austin and is currently a freelance consultant. He is also the father of three children and resides in Washington, DC.
His mother has worked as a therapist and his father was a lumberjack. They lived in Aberdeen, Washington, and he was born on 22 May 1981.
He began training at Dean Malenko’s wrestling school and subsequently switched to Shawn Michaels’s wrestling school after Malenko closed. He debuted in Michaels’ promotion, Texas Wrestling Alliance, and teamed up with Spanky in 2000 to win the TWA Tag Team Championship. He later signed a developmental contract with the World Wrestling Federation and was assigned to Memphis Championship Wrestling.