Executive Director, JP Morgan Asset Management
Dan Schuller is an Executive Director with J.P. Morgan Asset Management in New York and sits on the board of directors of SouthWest Water Company, a water and wastewater business with regulated utility operations in Texas, California, and Alabama. Previously, Dan served on the boards of two natural gas distribution companies, Colorado-based Summit Utilities and Missouri-based Southern Missouri Natural Gas. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan in 2007, Dan spent eight years as a management consultant in Mars & Co’s Greenwich, Connecticut office. Earlier in his career, Dan was a civil engineer with Chicago-based Christopher B. Burke Engineering, Ltd.
Dan serves as the president of the board of trustees of Salesian High School in New Rochelle, New York – a Catholic school primarily serving boys from working class families in the Bronx. Dan is also active with Neighbor-to-Neighbor, a supplemental food and clothing pantry in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Dan graduated with a bachelor’s, a master’s, and a doctorate in civil engineering from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.
Dan is married to the former Susan Offerle of Fort Wayne, Indiana, a registered dietitian. Susan is an active volunteer with Greenwich Catholic School, the Down Syndrome Research and Treatment Foundation, and Guiding Eyes for the Blind. Susan is a co-founder of 21 Strong, a group for families touched by Down syndrome.
Dan and Susan reside in Greenwich, Connecticut with their six children: A.J., Jimmy, Cecile, John Paul, Michael, and Sophie, ages 16 to 3.