In his role at United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP), Dan oversees community impact efforts tied to United Way’s goals around education, financial stability, and health – the building blocks of a good life. An architect of Thrive2027, he aligns funding, volunteerism, public policy, advocacy, and other strategies to ensure impact is made at the population level throughout Cumberland County. Prior to this position, Dan served as Director of Financial Stability & Public Policy at UWGP, developing and implementing strategies with respect to financial stability, public policy, and advocacy related work.
Before coming to UWGP, Dan worked in the public and non-profit sectors, including holding senior positions with former Congressman Tom Allen and clerking for the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.
Dan currently serves on the Mitchell Institute’s Board of Directors and the Great Schools Partnership Board of Directors. He is actively involved in various community collaborations and committees in his professional capacity, and he has participated in several community leadership development opportunities, including the John T. Gorman Fellowship, Maine Network Partners, and the Institute for Civic Leadership (now Lift360) Leadership Intensive.
Dan grew up in South Portland and is a graduate of Bowdoin College and the University of Maine School of Law. Dan resides in Scarborough with his wife, Stephanie.