Daniel Patrick Forrester is the Founder and Managing Partner of THRUUE Inc. Forrester is an author, strategist and navigator of organizational and cultural change impacting commercial, not for profit, and government entities. He has worked with the top leaders of organizations from every facet of American life and commerce. He frames and facilitates moments of profound reflection where disruptive initiatives are imagined and then launched; or, he helps organizations question their relevancy, plan for the future and often re-frame the language and ideas that bolster why they exist.

Current and past clients that Daniel has advised, coached, or helped to transform include: Verizon, Sallie-Mae, Sprint, Dow Chemical, FMC Corporation, Xerox, AARP Foundation, The Department of Homeland Security, The Library of Congress, Washington National Cathedral, The Congressional Research Service, The American Society of Clinical Oncology, Easter Seals and the United States Marine Corps.

Forrester is the author of Consider: Harnessing the Power of Reflective Thinking in Your Organization published by Palgrave Macmillan. This original work distilled the lessons in leadership and habits of reflective thinking that made the difference within the recent financial crisis, war in Iraq and in recovering form the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. “Consider” has been celebrated as a top non-fiction title impacting the lives and work habits of leaders within small and large organizations from around the world.

Forrester also serves as a strategic adviser to start-up companies.  He is also a member of the board of directors for “The Embassy Series,” a not-for-profit dedicated to promoting “musical diplomacy.”

He serves as the Vice Chairman of the Institute Directorate within The Cambridge Institute for Applied Research Inc. a global network of senior executives and scholars examining and responding to globalization and “trends beneath trends” –both domestic and international.

Forrester holds an MBA from the University of Rochester’s William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration and a BA from The Catholic University of America in Washington DC.

He resides in Madison, New Jersey with his wife Nancy and their children William and Charlotte.