Dan T. Moore III


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Dan T. Moore III


Cleveland Clinic Foundation (CCF), Cleveland, Ohio: A medical/research center based in Cleveland, with approximately 40,000 employees and $6 billion in revenues.  Mr. Moore serves on Conflict of Interest, Government & Community Relations and Development Committees.

Cleveland State University (CSU), Cleveland, Ohio. Vice Chairman, State University with approximately 17,000 FTE equivalent students.

Cleveland Metroparks,Cleveland, Ohio: serves on the three-member Board of Park Commissioners overseing Cleveland's Metroparks system with 22,000 acres and a $100 million annual budget.

Cleveland Museum of Natural History: The Museum, founded in 1920, has the mission of providing young people and adults with an understanding and appreciation for nature.  The Museum has a significant education mission with Cleveland and suburban school systems.  It has one the nation’s largest natural history collections.

Invacare Corporation, Elyria, Ohio: Invacare Corporation is a producer of durable medical products, such as wheelchairs, hospital beds, patient aids, and oxygen concentrators.  Mr. Moore became a director in 1979 as a member of the group purchasing the company.  In subsequent years, annualized sales have increased from $18 million to $1.3 billion.  Traded on NYSE.

Park-Ohio, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio:  Park-Ohio is a diversified company providing integrated logistics services, and manufacturing forgings, aluminum casting, and capital equipment for induction heating.  Traded on NYSE.

Whiskey Island Partners (WIP), Cleveland, Ohio:  WIP manages the Wendy Park and marina at Whiskey Island under contract with Cuyahoga County.

MWV (Minorities with Vision) Pinnacle Group, Cleveland, Ohio:  A venture fund providing equity and debt funding to ventures owned and operated by African American businesspersons.

Senior Advisor to Molded Fiber Glass (MFG), Ashtabula, Ohio: MFG produced the first Chevrolet Corvette in 1954 and has continued to be a pioneer in reinforced plastics (FRP) design and production. 

Western Reserve Partners, Cleveland, Ohio:  Advisor to a start-up merchant bank serving middle market clients.

Leadership Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio:  A non-profit organization developing a spirit of volunteerism and community service among Cleveland area residents.

University School, Cleveland, Ohio: Grades 1-12 boys’ day school.

Harvard Business School Club, Cleveland, Ohio:  An alumni group planning educational functions and community undertakings.


U.S. Enrichment Corporation (USEC), Bethesda, Maryland:  Joined USEC at the time it was spun off from the Department of Energy.  USEC, traded on the NYSE, is the world’s largest enricher of uranium for nuclear power plants, and is the DOE contractor that imports enriched Russian uranium extracted from Russian nuclear weapons.  Dan was the Chairman of USEC’s Technical Committee of the Board of Directors.

Cleveland Cuyahoga County Port Authority, Cleveland Ohio:  Was appointed by Mayor White to serve on the Port Authority, which has maritime and economic development objectives.

Hawk Group of Companies, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio: These companies are major producers of airplane brakes, heavy equipment clutches, powdered metal products.  Traded on NYSE.

Neighborhood Development Investment Fund Committee (NDIF), Cleveland, Ohio:  Was appointed by Mayor White to serve.  This organization was charged with investing City funds in housing, commercial and industrial development projects.


    • Initiated in 2003, in conjunction with the Harvard Business School Club and several others, an entrepreneurship program developing teams of individuals that work on start-up and leverage buyout business deals.  Turned project over to the new JumpStart Inc. in 2004, but remains an active participant in the program.

    • Initiated a Junior Achievement Program at East Technical High School.

    • In conjunction with the Small Business Administration (SBA) and four other Harvard graduates, initiated a consulting program for African American SBA applicants.

    • Has been an active participant in creating Wendy Park at Whiskey Island.  Bargain sale transaction completed at the end of 2004 with the help of a contribution from the Moore family.

    • Developing Cleveland Industrial Innovation Center (CIIC) at E. 170th and St. Clair in Collinwood - a 61-acre 750,000 sq. ft. industrial facility that will be dedicated to industrial activities.  Transaction expected to close in the spring 2005.

    • In May-June of 2007, Dan took a motorcycle tour from Istanbul, Turkey to Xian, China. In 2009 he rode his motorcycle along the U.S. Continental Divide, and in 2010 rode from Alaska to Montana, thereby completing a 22,000 mile trip of the Americas. He captured the various cultures in writing and photo at his blog, www.dantmoore3.com.


Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration
Boston, Massachusetts
MBA, 1966

Trinity College
Hartford, Connecticut
BA, Economics, 1963

University School
Cleveland, Ohio
Graduated 1959