Daniel Levin is the CEO of Cain Millwork Inc, a manufacturer of custom architectural millwork. Cain Millwork is a privately held, family-owned company with over 75 employees and an annual turnover greater than $20 million. Cain works regularly with 11 of the top 15 general contractors in Chicago and has a portfolio of high-profile work nationwide. In his capacity, Levin has been a part of several union contract negotiations and has built a productive, working relationship with the Carpenters Union in Chicago. He has also built a management team of proven and recognized industry leaders. Using his financial acumen, he has streamlined production process improvements resulting in a 20 percent reduction in the cost of goods sold. Prior to joining Cain Millwork, Levin built a real estate development and construction management company in Cancun, Mexico. He served as co-founder and member of the board of directors of CollegeFashionista, a web-based college media platform, from inception in 2009 until its sale in 2016. He serves on the board of advisors of HaulHound, a technology platform in the fleet management and logistics industry, and as a director of Pinnacle Capital Group, a diversified fund with financial, real estate, and private equity investments serving as the Levin Family Office. He has served on the boards for the Central US Region for the Young Presidents’ Organization in addition to those of Chicago-Windy City and Mid-America Chapters. He will be chairman of the Chicago-Windy City Chapter beginning in 2017. He also serves on the boards of the Chicago Chapter of the Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) and The Windy City Playhouse. Levin is an active member of the Guild of Sommeliers and is a Certified Sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers US.