Gateway Venture Mentoring Service

Dan Bindler

Dan is a volunteer mentor at the Center For Emerging Technologies (CET) and at GatewayVMS, both not-for-profit organizations set up to assist start up businesses. Dan also serves on the Susan G. Komen for the Cure St. Louis Affiliate Board. Through the years Dan has been active in many professional and civic organizations.

Dan formerly served as Partner-in-charge of the RubinBrown Health Care Services Group, as well as a Partner in the Assurance Services Group. His experience includes business and tax planning; merger, sale and acquisition planning; valuations; financial and estate planning; and management consulting in the areas of employment compensation and benefits. Dan’s professional services management experience includes operation financing and organization of medical and health care practices. While primarily serving clients in the health care field, Dan also served a variety of clients in the construction, automotive, legal, manufacturing, wholesaling and retailing industries.  Dan retired from RubinBrown LLP CPA firm after practicing for 35 years.