Daniel C. Lewis honored at Fairleigh Dickinson Charter Day celebration
Salk Trustee Daniel C. Lewis was honored at Fa irleigh Dickinson University's 24th Annual Charter Day on June 7, for distinguishing himself as an outstanding leader in his profession and community.
Lewis earned an MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1976 and received a PINNACLE Award from the university in 2009. A well-known leader in the global transportation, defense and aerospace industries, 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.
In March 2012, Lewis and his wife, Martina, established the Daniel and Martina Lewis Chair at Salk, which is currently held by Geoffrey Wahl, professor in the Institute's Gene Expression Laboratory. Lewis also joined the Salk Board of Trustees in 2012. In addition to serving on Salk's board, he serves as a trustee for Fairleigh Dickinson and is on the dean's executive council for the College of Technology at Purdue University.