Our senior management team is committed to the profitable growth of Canna Security America (CSA) with a focus on value creation and a positive return to our shareholders and investors.

Executive Team

Dan Williams

Dan Williams

CEO & Founder
Dan Williams

Daniel Williams is the founder of Canna Security America (CSA) and has been its CEO and President since 2009.

Mr. Williams founded Canna Security America (CSA) in 2009 intent on making CSA the premier security solutions provider for the medical marijuana industry. He attended Wheaton College in 2000 and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics,

Headed back to New York, Dan worked as a branding consultant for Fortune 500 companies including Fidelity Investments, Alliance Capital, Pitney Bowes, GE Capital, and the Coca-Cola Bottling Company.

In 2002, Dan founded SpecOps Surveillance LLC, in Westport, Connecticut, specializing in custom surveillance system design and technologies to enter the security market which was rapidly emerging as one of the fastest growing markets in the United States. Over the next five years, SpecOps created and implemented unique system designs for Mercedes-Benz, Cadillac, Jeep-Chrysler, Honda, Hyundai, and Lexus automotive finding a niche in the automobile industry designing roving sentry motion-activated camera systems to monitor lot inventory, which had not yet been available to this market.

In 2007, Dan moved to Denver, Colorado. Over the next three years, Dan created brand-specific security standards, coordinated national system implementation installations, and managed rollouts from inception to completion for such companies as Chipotle Mexican Grill USA, Qdoba, Einstein Bagel, Dunkin Donuts, Pizza Hut, and many more. Dan has formed working relationships with installation teams and security professionals from coast to coast including Alaska and Hawaii.

When Dan Hartman, former Director of the Colorado Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division, asked Dan to adapt the security regulations for the medical marijuana industry in 2009, he saw an immediate opportunity for an industry-specific solutions provider in an emerging industry. Dan recommended reducing the standards from the initially proposed $1500 pan/tilt/zoom camers to $150 stationary cameras by mandating strategic placement for each camera, including $1200 DVR systems on the approved DVR list as well as the more advanced $5,000 DVR systems as a low cost industry solution, and proposing that all security providers undergo a strict state licensing procedure to ensure the proper level of service.

Dan believes functional state regulations are essential in meeting the common goal of the medical and recreational cannabis communities, providing immediate market-driven security solutions making him an established leader in the cannabis industry.

Tom Siciliano

Tom Siciliano

Chief Operating Officer
Tom Siciliano

In 2015 Tom Siciliano joined Canna Security America (CSA) as their Chief Operation Officer, where he will lead and grow CSA to become the national leader in cannabis security.

Tom has had a distinguished career and an outstanding record of revenue and profit growth. He has a background in sales and operational performance improvement initiatives that have a focus on cost conscious growth, within startup companies as well as Fortune 500.

From 1995 – 2000 Tom worked as an SVP of Sales for Aramark Uniform Services. He was selected by the President to restructure and lead the National Sales and Marketing Group in an effort restore growth. Within just a few months, he established sales growth of 15% while reducing expenses $2.5 million.

After his successes at Aramark Uniform Services, he went to work for Corporate Express as a Vice President of Sales and Operations. During his tenure there he created a comprehensive sales and infrastructure strategic plan. Following a complex merger, Tom was challenged to lead the sales, customer service, and team integration.

In 2001, Tom applied his skills at Integrity Associates, LLC as the Chief Operation Officer and SVP of Sales. His achievements led to multiple speaking engagements on the subject of leadership and sales training at National Conventions and Universities and co-authorship of a book on those subjects.

Tom left Integrity Associates, LLC in 2012 and joined Classic Party Rentals as the Vice President for the Eastern United States. He led a transformation by establishing leadership and new SOP strategies. Tom consolidated locations and built new branding, marketing, and operations efficiencies. This drove new sales growth by 25% all with wider account penetration and delivered 32% increased incremental EBITDA.

Josh Ray

Josh Ray

Director of Operations (The Cloverton Group)
Josh Ray

Josh Ray has over 11 years of law enforcement experience and is a former Deputy Sheriff from Maricopa County, Arizona. Where he was awarded numerous accommodations for his role in many significant events with the Sheriff’s Office. He was also awarded a Life Saving Medal while on patrol. After three years in patrol he was assigned to the SWAT team, where he became a SWAT school instructor. He was a SWAT operator through the MCSO from 2006 – 2014. Josh is also a certified bomb technician through the FBI. He served as a bomb technician for MCSO from 2012 – 2014. Josh focused his attention on writing policies, procedures and training protocols for the SWAT division.

Josh is now the Director of Operations and Security for The Cloverton Group, a division of Canna Security America. The Cloverton Group’s services consist of Armed/Unarmed guards, Armored transport, Background Checks, Executive Protection, Risk Assessment and License plate tracking. Josh has developed and written the policies and procedures as they apply to the company.

He is an Advisory Board Member for the FOCUS Group, which emphasizes the creation of uniform national standards for the cannabis industry. He has been a speaker at the Secure Cash and Transport Association conference. Concentrating on educating the Cash in Transit community about cash and product transportation in the cannabis industry.

Signe Martin

Signe Martin

Director of Sales (The Cloverton Group)
Signe Martin

Signe Martin was a top performer with a fortune 500 company in National Account Management for 14 years. She developed accounts from the initial cold call to establishing multi-million dollar nationwide placements. These accounts required consistent, personalized and ongoing care in contracts, installations, training, and software support. She has a track record of establishing new markets earning the President’s Club award 8x.

Signe ventured into Litigation Support with a top firm in Denver.  There she established some of the largest law firms as new partners and worked closely with attorneys on preparing for trial. She built the framework for new account development and strategic relations.

Prior to The Cloverton Group, Signe was a Lead Sales Manager for two small start-ups.  She played an integral part in the ongoing account evolution and sales success in both companies, developing Denver as a top sales territory.

As Director of Sales for The Cloverton Group, Signe has established numerous strategic partnerships, seamlessly integrating Cloverton’s service offerings with our partners’. Together, clients are provided with maximized efficiencies, convenience, reliability, and top of the line services.  Signe's specialties are strategic partnerships, account retention, uncovering competitors’ weaknesses, and revenue generation. She’s an expert at business development and raising the standards in transportation and guard services in the cannabis industry.

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