Dan Peck is a Director in Third Sector’s San Francisco office. Dan leads collaborative engagements with social-services agencies, service providers, and local communities looking to align public resources, service contracts, and data-systems with services that empower and reward providers for measurably improving the lives of those most in need. Dan’s outcome-oriented work focuses specifically on addressing mental health and housing issues. Dan has spent the last four years working with the Los Angeles County Office of the Chief Executive, the Department of Health Services, and the Department of Mental Health to better leverage their population-level data to align service contracts, funding resources, and agency operations with mental health and housing services that improve life outcomes for tens of thousands of Angelenos.
Prior to Third Sector, Dan worked in London at the management consultancy A.T. Kearney, where he advised multinational and European clients on a range of strategic, regulatory, and operational topics. Prior to A.T. Kearney, Dan was an investment banker at Lazard in New York. During the height of the 2008 Financial Crisis, Dan was tasked with structuring, modeling, and negotiating the multi-billion dollar recapitalizations that were employed by the central banks to shore-up such financial institutions as Morgan Stanley and Citigroup (totaling nearly $40 Billion in new capital).
Dan holds a holds a Masters of Business Administration from the Yale School of Management and a Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, from Vanderbilt University. He loves to garden and take long, aimless walks in San Francisco.