Daniel has more than 15 years experience working with non-profit community based organizations with extensive expertise in board and community relations, fundraising, resource development, program and clinical services management and planning, executive coaching and grant writing.
He has a very unusual background. He has traveled extensively throughout the world and in very interesting ways. If you ever meet him ask him about sinking a traditional Bangladeshi Sampan in the Indian Ocean. Daniel has a love for languages, he speaks 4 languages and is currently learning to speak Swahili and Maasai. He is passionate about the movement of displaced peoples around the globe and a lifetime advocate for social justice. He comes from a philanthropic family and when speaking of his background and how he came to not-for-profit work often says, “he is in the family business”.