Dan Renberg served both the Clinton and Bush Administrations as one of five full-time board members of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, authorizing more than $20 billion in US export financing in sectors such as energy, transportation, telecommunications, advanced medical equipment, and agriculture for buyers throughout the world. Before President Clinton appointment Dan a Republican seat on the Board, he ran Renberg Strategies, LLC, a Washington, DC based consulting and lobbying firm that represented both private and public sector clients. A graduate of Princeton University and the University Of Virginia School Of Law, Dan began his political career as the legislative director and deputy chief of staff to US Senator Arlen Specter (R-PA). At present, Renberg is a partner in the Washington, DC office of Arent Fox and the serves as co-leader of the law firm’s government relations practice. He also practices in the firm’s international trade and transactional groups.