Daniel C. Lewis joins Salk Institute board of trustees
Daniel C. Lewis, a well-known leader in the global transportation, defense and aerospace industries, has been named a member of the Salk Institute board of trustees.
Lewis served as president and as senior vice president at Booz & Company, the renowned global management consulting firm, with a career spanning over 30 years. He has an extensive track record of successfully managing complex multidisciplinary transformation programs that encompass business strategy, operations, engineering and organization for clients worldwide. Before joining Booz, Lewis was director of materials management and purchasing at Warner-Lambert Corporation.
A longtime member of Salk's International Council, Lewis and his wife, Martina, recently established the Daniel and Martina Lewis Chair, which is currently held by Geoff Wahl, professor in the Institute's Gene Expression Laboratory.
Lewis also serves on the President's Council and the Dean's Executive Council at Purdue University's College of Technology and sits on the Finance, Audit, and Budget Committee at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is a member of the World Economic Forum, has served on the Aviation and Travel and Tourism Board of Governors and is a prior board member of Aviation Distributors, Inc.