Dan'l Lewin is a Corporate Vice President at Microsoft, leading the company’s work in technology and civic engagement, including campaign technologies, environmental sustainability, policy-oriented academic outreach and university relations. Previously, he led the company’s global engagement with startups and venture capitalists and business relationships with strategic industry partners. Lewin reports to Microsoft President Brad Smith and also has executive and site responsibility for the company's operations in Silicon Valley.
Lewin has spent more than 30 years as a Silicon Valley-based executive, including leading the initial launch of the Macintosh in to higher education for Apple Computer, Inc, as a founder of NeXT, Inc and leading sales and marketing for GO Corp. Before joining Microsoft in 2001, he was CEO of Aurigin Systems Inc.
Lewin serves on the boards of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, World Business Chicago, the UC Davis Energy Efficiency Center, UI Labs, Advanced Energy Economy, Technology Alliance and the Tech Museum of Innovation. He is also on the Advisory Council for the Department of Politics at Princeton University. Lewin holds an AB in politics from Princeton University.
Silicon Valley is a special place: both united and divided. Most people here share the same experiences: hiking in the foothills, being stuck in traffic on 101, scrambling to keep up with the latest technology. But at the same time, inequality creates fissures in Silicon Valley. As a region, Silicon Valley must address income inequality and […]
2014 James C. Morgan Global Humanitarian Award recipient Ted Turner with the Tech Awards Laureates Last night Silicon Valley dressed to the nines for the 2014 Tech Awards Gala, a yearly program presented by The Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose. The evening’s awards were presented to ten exceptional technologists, educators, scientists, and entrepreneurs […]