Daniel R. Lewis graduated from Miami University with an accounting degree in 1968, taught three years at an inner-city Cleveland, Ohio high school,...
Daniel R. Lewis graduated from Miami University with an accounting degree in 1968, taught three years at an inner-city Cleveland, Ohio high school, was a homebuilder in Phoenix, Arizona for six years, and retired from Progressive Corporation having had general management, control, claims, product management, and board membership responsibilities.
After retirement, Daniel was a past Florida Philharmonic Orchestra board chairman, an executive committee member on the Cleveland Orchestra and League of American Orchestras boards, and is the current and founding chairman of the Miami Music Association and Festival of North American Orchestras (Spring for Music at Carnegie Hall). He is also chairman of The Management Center, which provides management training and consulting to socially and politically progressive organizations.
Daniel lives in Miami, Florida, and has two adult children, a son-in-law, and his first grandchild is expected in December.