Dan Greenberg is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Electro Rent Corporation, one of the US’s largest organisations devoted to the short-term rental and leasing of personal computers, servers and general-purpose electronic test equipment.
Dan is committed to business, education, environmental and cultural endeavours. He is a founding member and Board member of the American Business Conference, has served as a member of Business Executives for National Security and as a director of both the House of Fabrics and Nevada Savings and Loan.
He was appointed by the Carnegie Endowment of International Peace to the Mexico United States Consultative Group (1996-99). A Reed graduate, he has served on their Board of Trustees for more than 42 years and served as Chair (2002-2011). He received his JD from the University of Chicago Law School and has served on their Visiting Committee.
He has served as trustee and Chair (1991-94) of Earthjustice (formerly the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund). Committed to the arts, he has served as trustee of the Craft and Folk Art Museum, as a Trustee of the Broad Stage in Santa Monica, and as a Trustee of National Public Radio (NPR) Foundation.
Dan and his wife, Susan Steinhauser, are avid and enthusiastic art collectors who believe in sharing their objects with the public. Photographs and jade are the focus of their current efforts; past endeavours have focused on contemporary studio glass, ceramics and turned wood.