Daniel P. Woodward

Vice Chairman
Commissioner Woodward

Daniel P. Woodward retired from the U.S. Air Force as a brigadier general, following more than 28 years of distinguished service. While in the Air Force, Woodward served in a variety of operational and staff positions, including tours as a Wing Commander and as a flag officer on the Joint Staff and the Air Staff. He is a command pilot with more than 3,000 military flight hours and is married to his college sweetheart, retired U.S. Air Force Major General Maggie Woodward. Following retirement from the Air Force, Woodward served as vice president, Integrated Solutions, General Dynamics Information Technology. After leaving his position with General Dynamics, he became Executive Director of Arnold Air Society and Silver Wings, a nationwide collegiate nonprofit that builds young military and civilian servant leaders through the lessons found in community service, unique professional development experiences, and education. He continues to serve in this position as well as a Planning Commissioner for Placer County California.