About the Event Organizers

Since 2015, Danny Sheehan and Mark Sims have focused their collaborative attention on addressing the up-coming reality of the UFO-Extraterrestrial phenomenon.

Now, the launch of the premier Making Contact Convergence virtual event brings together for the first time global thought leaders, former government officials, scientists, and ET Experiencers to share a platform discussing humanity’s biggest questions.

Mark is a Spiritual Scientist and Harvard Business School Alumni. After graduating from Eastern Michigan University in 1986 with a degree in Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Mark worked for Sun Microsystems and established himself as an expert in 3D computer graphics with an emphasis on networking and computer security.

In 1992 Mark left Sun to start Netrex, his first of three businesses. Netrex went on to become the largest Internet security consulting company in the world. While running Netrex, Mark began attending Harvard Business School’s Owners and Presidents Management Program in Cambridge starting in 1998 and graduated in 2000 (OPM 30). After selling Netrex in 1999, Mark retired and in 2004, Mark launched his second career in nanotechnology by starting Nanorex, a software company that developed the world’s first 3D molecular modeling program for designing and simulating advanced nano-scale machine systems.

Danny is a Constitutional and public interest lawyer, public speaker, political activist and educator. Over the last fifty years, he has participated in numerous legal cases of public interest, including the Pentagon Papers Case, the Watergate Break-In Case, the Silkwood Case, the Greensboro massacre Case, the Iran/Contra Federal Criminal Racketeering Act civil prosecution of the “Off-The-Shelf” private covert opertations ENTERPRISE f Cr. Oliver North and the Reagan/Bush Administration. Most recently he successfully defended the Lakota leader Chase Iron Eyess against the Dakota Access Oil pipeline on the Great Sioux Nation, and others. He established the Christic Institute in Washington D.C., and the Romero Institute in Santa Cruz California, two non-profit public policy centers. He also represented Dr. John Mack at Harvard University and was general council to the Citizens Hearings on Disclosure in Washington D.C.. Sheehan has spoken publicly about UFOs/alien visitation and has participated in Disclosure Project events. 

He is the author of The People’s Advocate, a memoir, through Counterpoint publishing. He presently represents Luis Elizondo, the former director of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program in his official complaint lodged with the Inspector Generals office of the United States Department Of Defense, against certain wrong doing on the part of the members of the Defense Department relating to their handling of the UFO issue. Since 2015 Sheehan has lectured on American history, politics and the assassination of John F. Kennedy at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Sheehan is currently Chief Counsel of the Romero Institute, where his focus is the Lakota People’s Law Project and the passage of the California Green New Deal to stop Global climate change.