Dan Weeks (Secretary) is a business leader and longtime advocate for gender equity, climate action, and democratic reform. As a co-owner and director at ReVision Energy, Dan leads project and policy development for New Hampshire’s largest clean energy company and raises impact investor capital to fund low-income solar. He has been named one of New Hampshire’s “Most Influential Business Leaders” by NH Business Review and “Forty Under 40” by The Union Leader. Prior to ReVision Energy, Dan was founding Executive Director of Open Democracy, where he continues to serve as Advisory Board Chair, and president of Americans for Campaign reform (now Issue One). In 2012-13, he traveled the United States by Greyhound Bus on a poverty-line budget of $16/day researching poverty and political exclusion. He is the author of Democracy in Poverty: A View From Below and continues to write and speak extensively on public affairs.
A 12th-generation Granite Stater, Dan left New Hampshire after high school to serve with AmeriCorps and attend Yale and Oxford on scholarships. He was fortunate to live and work on four continents before returning with his South African wife Dr. Sindiso Mnisi Weeks, a human rights lawyer and academic. Dan and Sindiso are the proud parents of three young children and enjoy reading, cycling, and playing music in their church band.