Dr. Dan stays clinically active as a Licensed Psychologist. As a longstanding board member of Work First, an organization that provides services to adults with developmental disabilities he has been a strong advocate for the organization’s three local thrift stores and other vocational opportunities for the disabled. Given his interests in the outdoors and land conservation, he assisted in the formation of Foothills Land Conservation and severed as the first president. During his time in office, the organization was able to preserve 180 acres at the headwaters of Wilson Lake. He also was instrumental in spearheading the formation of the Tumbledown Conservation Alliance through the combined efforts of Foothills and the Appalachian Mountain Club. This organization went on to secure the funding and protection of 7,464 acres inside Mt. Blue as well as 18,311 acres on Tumbledown Mountain.
- 1983 PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
- 1979 MS University of Wisconsin-Madison