Dan’l Lewin is the president and chief executive officer of the Computer History Museum (CHM), a nonprofit organization with a four-decade history exploring the world’s computing past, digital present, and future impact of technology on humanity. Lewin directs the strategic planning, fundraising, and ongoing operations of CHM. Prior to CHM, Lewin led Microsoft’s work in applying technology for public good during a 17-year tenure. He collaborated cross-company and with external partners to focus on scalable impact, with a portfolio that includes establishing the company’s global startup and venture capital engagement model, its campaign and civic tech engagement efforts, affordable internet access initiatives, environmental sustainability work, and partnerships with leading research universities. Prior to Microsoft Lewin accrued 30-plus years of leadership experience in Silicon Valley with companies that include NeXT, Apple, Go Corporation, and Sony. Among others, Lewin has served on the boards of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, UI Labs, Advanced Energy Economy, and currently serves as a Board Director at StartX. He is also on the Advisory Council for the Department of Politics at Princeton University. Lewin holds an AB in politics from Princeton University.