A LITTLE BIT ABOUT ME
Dr. Elliott is an economist, entrepreneur and CEO of ELLIOTT GLOBAL, a holding company with ownership interests in finance, e-Commerce, production, skincare, manufacturing, and a non-profit charitable foundation. Dr. Elliott has also served as a wealth manager for over two decades and serves a global clientele through a company he founded, SOVEREIGN ADVISORS. Dr. Elliott has authored numerous books, curriculums, and media projects including:
- Comparative Analysis of Inflation Adjusted Investment Returns 2000-2017 (2017)
- Strategic Investing (2017)
- How Nations Die | Lessons from History: The Fall of Rome and America Today (2017)
- Co-creator and producer of The Missing Chapter Curriculum (2015)
- 300 Million Slaves (2013)
- 10 Ways to Avoid the Economic Tsunami (2013)
- Surviving Global Governance (2013)
- The Gold and Silver Mastery Program Curriculum (2013)
- An Empirical Identification of an Appropriate Inflation Definition and an Inflation Targeting Monetary Policy Regime (2007)
Dr. Elliott earned a Ph.D. in Theology from the Phoenix University of Theology (Th.D), a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration from Walden University, a Master of Arts in International Studies from the University of Denver, and B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Colorado.
Dr. Elliott serves on the boards for the MORE Foundation, Patrick Henry College, The Dr. James Dobson’s Institute, and formerly the Council for National Policy Action, Inc.
Dr. Elliott has served as adjunct faculty for Liberty University, Fort Lewis College and Walden University and the Phoenix University of Theology in the areas of economics, public policy, and international business.
Dr. Elliott lives in SW Colorado with his wife JoLayne and two children.
Phoenix University of Theology | July 2017
Ph.D. Public Policy and Administration
Walden University | February 2007
M.A. International Studies
University of Denver, Josef Korbel School of International Studies | June 1994
B.S. Business Administration
University of Colorado | December 1992
Phoenix University of Theology | Adjunct Professor
Liberty University | Adjunct Professor of International Business and Economics
(Aug 2007-April 2009)
Walden University | Adjunct Professor of Public Policy
(Sep 2007-Dec 2008)
Fort Lewis College | Visiting Professor of Economics
(Jan 2004-May 2004)
(2017). Becoming a family of world changers in Silk, D. (Ed.), Parenting with Purpose (pp. 29-33). Retrieved from http://books.noisetrade.com/dannysilk/parenting-with-purpose?download=1
(2015-2016). The missing chapter curriculum. Wisdom Safari: Durango, CO.
(2014). 300 million slaves: America and its “free” society. Today’s America: Durango, CO.
(2013). 300 million slaves documentary: America and its “free” society. Today’s America: Durango, CO.
(2013). The gold and silver mastery program. Access Media: Colorado Springs, CO.
(2013). Ten ways to avoid the economic tsunami. Today’s America: Durango, CO.
(2007). An empirical identification of an appropriate inflation definition and an inflation-targeting monetary policy. Today’s America: Durango, CO
(1994). The trend towards a unified global system: The changing political, economic, and social structures that are moving towards a new world order. Unpublished Masters Thesis, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado.
Atlantic Council | Member (2016-present)
Council for National Policy Action, Inc. | Board of Directors (2013-2017)
Dr. James Dobson Family Institute | Board of Directors (2013-present)
Patrick Henry College Foundation | Board of Directors (2012-present)
The More Foundation | Chairman of the Board (2016-present)
Philanthropia | Chairman of the Board (2009-2010)
Christian Music Broadcasters Association | Member (2016-present)
Council for National Policy | Member (2008-present) Board of Governors (2010-2014)
Knights of Malta (Knights Hospitallers of the Sovereign Order of St. John) | Knight (2016-present)
Manna Soup Kitchen | Durango CO (2007-2013)
Intermittent volunteering serving the poor and homeless.
One Child Matters | Moca, Dominican Republic (2012, 2014)
Two separate times assisted in funding literacy projects and built libraries in two community center programs in the Dominican Republic. Assembled teams to build a two libraries, partnered with educational specialists to populate the libraries with books for (pre-6), games, computers, staff, and ongoing financial support in an effort to break the cycle of poverty through literacy in an area where 90% of the population was illiterate.
FCOP International | Cambodia (2014)
Worked with a team to fund the purchase of agricultural equipment (tractor, cultivator, and other equipment) to automate rice production and harvesting to create a self-sustaining micro-economy to feed the orphans and staff at 106 homes consisting of over 2400 orphaned children and 600 staff).
ASEA | Buntog, Philippines | (2013)
Funded the drilling of a well and purchase of a generator to provide for the only fresh water supply and power in a remote community of the Philippines.
Macroeconomics, microeconomics, public policy, public administration, monetary policy, fiscal policy, money and banking, history of economic thought, public finance, political economy, international trade, international economics, finance, comparative political systems, leadership, entrepreneurship