Daniel Fine is a 2015 Graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. He is the founder and CEO of Team Brotherly Love and The Fine Companies, which include sunglass company Glass-U, medical app Dosed, and Boston based tutoring firm NexTutors. Team Brotherly Love has raised over $2 million for Type-1 diabetes research. Glass-U makes fully-folding sunglasses and is licensed to hundreds of universities and nearly every fraternity and sorority in the US. It has been featured at events ranging from The Rose Bowl to Lollapalooza and this past summer, was an official licensee to produce sunglasses for the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Dosed is a mobile solution intended to revolutionize the way that diabetics manage and track their insulin dosage.
As a result of his efforts, Fine was included on Forbes’ 2016 30 Under 30 list, has been named one of TIME Magazine’s Top 25 International Leaders of Tomorrow (TOMORROW 25) and one of the World’s Top 5 Young Entrepreneurs by Entrepreneurs Organization. He has received the “President’s Volunteer Service Award” twice--from both Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama and is a Fellow of the Kairos Society, representing “the best and brightest of the next generations of entrepreneurs.” In 2012, he was named through an international selection as one of 30 Global Teen Leaders by We Are Family Foundation. Fine is the Founder and Chairman of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s (JDRF) Youth Board of Advisors and former co-founder and chairman of the LEAGUE National Youth Commission, now Generation ON. In the summer of 2014, he was selected as one of the World’s Top 30 Student Entrepreneurs and represented the US in Moscow for the G20 Young (Under 40) Entrepreneurs Summit, where he was the youngest of 400 global delegates. I
n the August 2014 issue of Philadelphia Magazine, titled “Best of Philly 2014,” Fine was named Philadelphia’s “Best Entrepreneur” and one of Inc Magazines “50 Global Emerging Entrepreneurs to Watch.” In the December 12th, 2014 NY Times, Fine was profiled about balancing companies
Fine was recruited to swim at Penn and was a U.S. Junior Olympic, Grand Prix, and Junior National swimmer and tri-athlete and multi time All-American.