Daniel Greenlee

Daniel Greenlee


Chief Financial Officer (Michigan Tech)

President (Michigan Tech Fund)

  • BS, Business Administration, Michigan Technological University


Daniel D. Greenlee is the chief financial officer for Michigan Technological University. As CFO, he is responsible for all investments, financial reporting, and accounting functions, including travel, accounts receivable and payable, billing and cashiers, purchasing, and the property office. He also serves as chief financial officer and executive director of operations for the Michigan Tech Fund, and treasurer for the Board of Control.

Greenlee has served as CFO since 2002; he came to Michigan Tech in 1999 as the University controller. Prior to his work with Michigan Tech, he was the senior vice president and controller at D&N Bank (now FirstMerit Bank) in Hancock, where he was responsible for accounting, tax planning and preparation, risk management, profit modeling, and SEC/OTS reporting. He directed the preparation of all financial statements and worked closely with internal and external auditors.

Greenlee volunteers his time as chair of the Business Affairs Officers Committee of the President’s Council of Michigan, member of the Governor’s Appointed Task Force on Michigan Public School Employees Retirement System, and advisory board member for Michigan Tech’s student-driven Applied Portfolio Management Program

Greenlee received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Michigan Tech. He is a certified public accountant in the state of Michigan.