Stephen A. Day  – CEO, Managing Partner

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A well-regarded executive and Corporate Board expert, Mr. Day has been involved in firms engaged in defense, national and homeland security, and emergency management.  He has extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, capitalization, public companies’ corporate governance, compensation planning and corporate development. He served as the Chairman of the Board of Secure Waters Security Group, Inc., a maritime security firm providing armed and unarmed personnel for high-risk facilities. Stephen also worked as the CFO of the Diogenec Group, a well-regarded think tank providing strategic planning and public policy for major catastrophic health care issues for the Defense Department, DHS, CDC, and the UN. Mr. Day’s company, Day Technology Group, provided combat medic training to the U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.  

Mr. Day has served on numerous boards of companies involved in emergency medicine and pre-hospital services (EMS), maritime security, information technology and software, cyber security, logistics, commodities trading, merchant card services, and chemical-biological decontamination.  He is qualified to serve on the audit, governance, and compensation committees of boards of directors. Stephen owns the Board of Directors Society LinkedIn group --  one of the largest corporate board communities on LinkedIn that focuses on efficient board practice for both private and public corporations. Mr. Day divides his time between Washington, D.C.  and Florida.  Mr. Day may be contacted at




Daniel J. Broyles – Principal


Daniel Broyles has over 10 years of experience in project management, planning, and execution. Prior to joining DAYCAP, he managed construction of 13 buildings throughout NYC, including the National September 11 Memorial Museum. For up to 11 simultaneous contracts, in excess of $1B, he oversaw contract drafting, bidding, negotiation, and execution. Mr. Broyles also served as as a senior executive of Epica Medical Innovations responsible for capital raises, intellectual property management, FDA regulatory affairs, and M&A due diligence; this tenure also included the invention, research & development, prosecution, and protection of IP. He began his career as an engineer and land surveyor for Haubenreich, Hess, and Shaw.

Mr. Broyles is also a member Andrew Carnegie Business Council, Architecture Construction Engineering Mentor Program, and the Automotive Society of Mechanical Engineers. He received his Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering in 2006 and his Masters of Mechanical Engineering in 2007 from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. Mr. Broyles may be contacted at