Dan Geisler

Contact Information
Vice President
Eisenhower Fellowships
250 South 16th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
(215) 546 - 1738
Dan Geisler joined Eisenhower Fellowships (EF) as Vice President in July 2006. Prior to joining EF, he spent six years as a Director of C&M International (CMI), a Washington, DC-based consulting firm affiliated with the international law firm Crowell & Moring. At CMI he specialized in international trade and finance, serving U.S. manufacturing and services corporations as well as foreign corporate and sovereign government clients.

Before joining C&M International, he was Senior Adviser to Senator Max Baucus of Montana, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee. In this position, Mr. Geisler was responsible for trade, labor and environmental legislation, as well as bilateral issues with numerous countries, including China, Japan, and Korea.
Prior to working on Capitol Hill, Mr. Geisler served as president of the American Foreign Service Association, an 80-year-old professional organization and federal labor union representing 10,000 members in five federal agencies. During his term, he testified before House and Senate panels on foreign affairs funding, security matters and government reform legislation.
As a career Foreign Service Officer (1985 - 2000), Mr. Geisler served in U.S. embassies in Asia, Africa and the Caribbean, as well as in domestic assignments at the State Department and the office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR). He began his career as a civil engineer specialized in water treatment systems.

Mr. Geisler serves on the Board of Directors of Peoplink, on the board of advisors of LIFTPhiladelphia and as advisor to the Sudanese Adiang Community Association. He has a Masters degree in Civil Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University and an undergraduate degree in Math. He and his wife have two sons.