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Daniel J. Greensweig

Daniel Greensweig is the Administrator of the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust (LMCIT), a joint powers self-insurance trust that provides workers compensation and property/casualty coverage for most Minnesota cities. In this role, he provides strategic direction and management of all functions, including claims, underwriting, and loss control. He is also responsible for human resources, technology, budgeting, contract management, and other operational activities within the organization.

Before joining LMCIT, Greensweig was General Counsel and Director of Operations for the Minnesota Association of Townships Agency, which provides similar products and services to most Minnesota townships. Greensweig has also served as the Assistant State Auditor and Director of that office’s Tax Increment, Investment and Finance Division and as a partner at the Kennedy & Graven law firm, where he practiced in the areas of municipal law, public finance, and economic development.

Greensweig’s belief in the importance of community carries over to his personal life as well. He has served on the City of Circle Pines city council, planning commission, and park board, as President of the Anoka County Library Board, and as Board Chair of Clean Water Action Alliance of Minnesota. He has been an Adjunct Instructor at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Anoka-Ramsey Community College (Cambridge), and William Mitchell College of Law (now Mitchell Hamline).

Greensweig received his Bachelor’s degree from Metropolitan State University and his law degree from William Mitchell College of Law. He is a U.S. Army veteran.

Notable Publications

  • Olson, Floyd B.; Greensweig, Daniel J.; and Riggs, Scott J. (1998) "The Future of Impact Fees In Minnesota ," William Mitchell Law Review: Vol. 24 : Iss. 3 , Article 1
  • Greensweig, Daniel J.; Gourlay, Aimee; and Kao, Irene (2016) "Increasing Productive Communication in Local Government and Decreasing Barriers to Community Interactions," Mitchell Hamline Law Review: Vol. 42 : Iss. 5 , Article 8.

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