Dan has worked in the tax-advantaged employee benefit field since 1983 and in 1995 was named TASC CEO. Under his leadership, TASC has become the nation’s largest privately held third-party administrator. With nearly 900 employees across the U.S., TASC is recognized as one of the top five national third-party administrators of employee benefit plans.
In addition to leading the business side of TASC, Dan inspires a deep culture of philanthropy and giving back in TASC employees and the community through TASC Cares, the internal philanthropic side of TASC. To encourage giving and volunteerism, Dan has introduced innovative benefits to TASC employees, including paid time off for volunteering and the GiveBack workplace giving platform.
In 2015, Dan was named one of the HealthCare Consumerism Superstars and Industry Innovator Awards winners, recognized as a finalist in the Annual Golden Bridge Awards® for Chief Executive of the Year, and listed as one of the 25 most influential people in Madison, Wisconsin, by Madison’s In Business magazine. In the past, Dan has been honored through the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award Program, won Madison Magazine's Brian Howell Excellence in Innovation Award, and was recognized by the Wisconsin Better Business Bureau Torch Award Program for ethics and integrity.
Dan is a current member of the Board of Directors for State Bank of Cross Plains, Wisconsin, and Kiio, a technology business focused on the design, development, manufacture, and distribution of objective measurement and tracking devices for rehabilitation and physical therapy. He has also served as the 2015 Campaign Chair of the United Way of Dane County, on the American Family Children’s Hospital Development Partners Advisor Board, and on the Meriter Hospital and Meriter Health Services Board of Directors.
Keep up with Dan's thoughts and the latest TASC news by reading his CEO Blog.