Vice President, Global Services
M.S. Management, MIT Sloan School of Management
In 2019, Dan authored or co-authored four working papers for the Technology Association of Grantmakers’ Cybersecurity Working Group. In 2020 Dan was a featured speaker on cybersecurity at four different conferences.
As a consultant, Dan has conducted many cybersecurity, technology planning, change management and tool selection projects for customers including the World Food Programme, Energy Foundation, PYXERA Global, the Kenneth Rainin Foundation, Lemelson Foundation, Surdna Foundation, Marin Community Foundation, the Stuart Foundation, Education Pioneers, the California Wellness Foundation, Clinica Sierra Vista, ClimateWorks Foundation, the Duke Endowment, the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and Carnegie Hall.
Dan served as Director of Marketing and Business Operations at CGNET from 1999 to 2003. Prior to rejoining CGNET in 2011, Dan held Director- and VP-level positions in Product Management and Marketing at iPass (acquired by Parateum), SOMA Networks, Daintree Networks (acquired by GE) and YouSendIt (acquired by OpenText). He has been responsible for product lines generating up to $100 million in revenue. Dan has more than 20 years of experience in Product Management, Product Marketing and Software Engineering in the broadband, networking, energy management, mobility, and cloud-based services industries. Dan has managed large-scale systems software projects and specified requirements for software supporting millions of concurrent user sessions. Dan’s undergraduate degree is in Anthropology from Stanford University.
Dan spends his time off doing woodworking and gardening. And fun fact: Dan wrote Chapter 5 (Analytic Methods) of CEO Georg Lindsey’s PhD thesis, in exchange for pizza and beer.