About

Danny is a 32 year old Human Resources Manager and volunteer youth wrestling coach, based out of Woodstock, Illinois. A former athlete of Crystal Lake Central, and Team Illinois in the USA wrestling scene, he competed on a national level, becoming an individual 'All-American' wrestler. Upon graduating from Illinois State with a B.S. Accounting, Danny's career began in the recruitment industry working for the world's largest staffing company. After 5 years with the firm, he joined a global manufacturing company at its US headquarters in Elgin, IL. With a competitive spirit, Danny has found success in business and in sports, developing a philosophy that we should promote self-ownership and accountability. 

"I don't think many athletes, at least not the high achievers, favor socialist or big government policies. In sports, especially wrestling, you learn about accountability and hard work, realizing that not everyone gets a trophy. And if you want a trophy, you better earn it. The same lesson applies in the real world."

-Danny Malouf

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.

U.S. Constitution, Tenth Amendment

 
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