Founder and Chief Strategic Officer
Steve is on the Board of Directors of MasterPeace Solutions, Ltd. providing strategic planning and consulting, Business Development, and Capital Raise outreach.
Additionally, Steve is currently the Managing Partner of National Security Capital Advisors, LLC. (an investment bank supporting the National Security Community), President and Owner of SJ Horn Associates (an Executive Search and Business Incubator Firm), Founder of Project Delivery, Ltd. (An Information Technology and Analytics services company supporting the Federal Sector), and the Founding Partner of Hire Performance, a firm focused on Outsourced Search Services and Contract Recruiting services to companies in support of the DoD/Intelligence Community.
During his 30+ years in the industry, Steve has executed dozens of consulting assignments related to retention, organizational development, strategic business planning, mergers and acquisitions planning and execution, staffing and business development for DoD/Intelligence Community companies. Additionally, he has participated in the placement of nearly 2,000 Board Members, executives, managers, and engineers within the DoD/Intelligence Community.
Steve was a founding partner of Wells Landers and Red Arch Solutions, both were successful technology engineering firms supporting the Intelligence Community. He was an original Founder of Pro-teligent, a government services firm which grew from zero to north of $100 million annually over a 10 year period .
Steve was Founder of, and Senior Partner for, White Peak Capital’s Federal & DoD/Intelligence M&A business. With the in-depth knowledge gained over his career, he was able to generate proprietary M&A opportunities for buy-side clients while helping generate premium valuations for sellers.
Steve was Founder of Technical Talent Locators, Ltd. (a technical search firm that has focused on the Intelligence Community for over 25 years).
Steve is a current active member of AFCEA, ASBC, and IEEE. He also serves as a Board Member of CASA , a non-profit organization supporting the interests of children as they move through the court system and enter the social services system.