Dan'l Lewin Early Apple NeXT

Steve Jobs and Dan'l Lewin, one of the NeXT cofounders, 16 Oct 2004
Steve Jobs and Dan'l Lewin, one of the NeXT cofounders, 16 Oct 2004

Name
Dan'l Lewin
Life
born 1955 (age 65 or 66)
Relationship to Steve
Colleague, Co-founder of NeXT
Short Bio

A professional-level swimmer, Dan'l Lewin was one of the most prominent sales executive in the Macintosh team. He is credited for single-handedly having brought about the Apple University Consortium, an effort to sell Macintoshes to Ivy League universities at discount prices. When Steve left Apple in 1985, Lewin followed him and co-founded NeXT, a computer company aimed at higher education. He was VP Marketing at NeXT, but Steve Jobs took over his role in 1989, and Lewin left shortly afterwards. After a long career at Microsoft, Lewin retired and is now President & CEO at the Computer History Museum in Palo Alto.

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