Over his 20-year career, Dan Gilbert has worked with leaders and learners of all ages around the world at the intersection of learning, design thinking, and technology. While he has a particular passion for education, he has helped global companies, non-profit organizations, foundations, civic institutions, and individuals envision their very best future and then develop a measurable plans to get there.
Dan has taught multiple project-based courses at Stanford Graduate School of Education and also led workshops for faculty, staff and students on using innovative pedagogies at universities around the world. He has worked on a variety of special projects for the Senior Vice-Chancellor of the University of Nebraska at Omaha and facilitated multiple innovative STEM and creativity projects at a 50,000 student urban school system.
Dan has also served as the Chief Operating Officer of the Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance, a children’s environmental health organization that promotes green, safe and healthy housing for children and families. Beyond work, Dan enjoys spending time with his family, running marathons and coaching his local elementary school chess team. He holds a Master’s degree from Stanford in Learning, Design, and Technology and a Bachelor’s in Government from Georgetown University.