Dan H. Adler

Co-Founder at E-hydrate

Dan H. Adler

Dan H. Adler

Co-Founder at E-hydrate

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Career Highlights

E-hydrate
Media Eagles

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Number of Boards

4

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Founder at Media Eagles

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Founder at Israel Policy Forum

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Former Executive Vice President at The Walt Disney Company

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Chairman of the Board, President at Friends of Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design, Inc.

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Chairman at Millburn Ridgefield Corp.

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Principal & Founder at NCH Capital, Inc.

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Chairman at Trenton Biogas

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President at Rail-Splitter Capital Management LLC

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Former Chief Executive Officer at Edmunds.com, Inc.

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Small Business Executive at Wachovia Wealth Management

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Dan H. Adler
Co-Founder at E-hydrate
Career History
Co-Founder
Current
Founder
Tenure Unconfirmed
Chief Strategic Officer
2003 - Prior

Convex Conversion LLC provides media and entertainment services. The firm holds media patents, proprietary distribution, and content platforms. The company was founded by Jeffrey T. Arnold in 2001 and is located in Silver Spring, MD.

Boards & Committees
Member, Board of Directors
Current

RYMAN ARTS TRANSFORMS LIVES BY CREATING ACCESS AND OPPORTUNITY FOR A DIVERSE COMMUNITY OF YOUNG ARTISTS THROUGH RIGOROUS EDUCATION IN FUNDAMENTAL ART SKILLS AND MENTORING. SEE SCHEDULE O FOR CONTINUATION OF PRIMARY MISSION.

Political Donations
$200
2010

Co-Owner at Sacramento Kings LP

$204
2004

America Coming Together (ACT) was a progressive, political action 527 group dedicated to get-out-the-vote activities. It was the largest 527 (tax-exempt) group in 2004 and was planning to be involved in future races. The group was primarily funded by insurance mogul Peter Lewis, currency trader George Soros, and labor unions, especially the Service Employees International Union, and was led by Steve Rosenthal, a former political director of the AFL-CIO.

$1,000
2004

Former Senator from Connecticut

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Project Agape, Inc. provided online campaigning platform. The company was founded in 2007 by Joseph Green, Jimmy Kittiyachavalit, Christopher Chan and Sean N. Parker and was headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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