Dan Limbago is the Vice President of Market Development at Groundswell. Dan leads the strategy of discovering and onboarding new partners in new territories throughout the United States, as well as integrating additional services with existing clients. 

Prior to joining Groundswell, Dan was the Institutional Giving Officer at Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Board, where he led the development function for the organization. During Dan’s tenure, he was responsible for raising over $9 million from corporate and individual donors, and helping to diversify and grow the financial planning profession. While at CFP Board, Dan was instrumental in creating the first two endowed scholarship funds to focus resources on Black and African American students, and women – two underrepresented demographic groups in the profession. 

Throughout Dan’s career, he has leveraged major funding sources to impact local communities. At EVERFI, Dan partnered with Fortune 100 companies to sponsor youth mental health curricula in K-12 schools. As the Vice President of Grants and Programs at United Health Foundation, Dan made grants to local organizations addressing homelessness, social determinants of health, maternal and child health, and the healthcare workforce. While leading a national nonprofit network at the U.S. Tennis Association, Dan led grant projects from The Ford Foundation and others to grow youth development programs throughout the country. 

Dan graduated from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, where he played varsity tennis and football. Dan earned a Master’s Degree in Philosophy from the University of Colorado at Boulder in Colorado, and later a certificate in Nonprofit Management from Columbia University in New York City, New York. Dan and his wife, Andrea, have two children and three demanding cats.