Dan Voss is a computer scientist with a background in the physical sciences where his experience and knowledge have been bridging the gap between researchers, students, and cyberinfrastructure. Dan graduated from the University of Kansas with a B.A. in Chemistry, and a B.S. in Cellular Biology in 1998. He attended the University of Miami for Graduate School in 1999 and completed two degrees, a Masters in Computer Information Systems (CIS) and a Masters in Marine and Atmospheric Chemistry. In 2010, Dan started a part-time Ph.D. program at Florida State University in Computer Science. He is PI on a 2017 NSF CC* cyberinfrastructure ScienceDMZ grant, an XSEDE Campus Champion, a Campus Champion Fellow, and on the Campus Champions Leadership Team.