Dana has been performing, directing, and teaching improv since 1993. He was a performer and director of Mission:Improvable at UMass, founder and director of Sheer Idiocy at RPI, and founder and long-time director of World Class Indifference based in Stamford, CT. He's performed in hundreds of long- and short-form improv shows, taught numerous improv workshops for corporations, professional groups, teens, and adults. He's acted in 35 stage productions - his favorite role was Sydney Bruhl in 'Deathtrap' at RPI. Dana is also an ACBL-certified bridge instructor, and runs the adult chess club at Westport Library. Originally from Monson, MA, he currently lives in Norwalk, CT, has two lovely daughters and works as a product manager for portfolio attribution software at FactSet Research Systems. He is a CFA charterholder, has an MBA in finance from NYU-Stern School of Business, and a BS in Chemical Engineering from UMass-Amherst.