For nearly a decade, Daniel has cultivated expertise in the civil rights and public health sectors. While at the National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) he developed antiracist public health campaigns geared at ending the HIV epidemic in America. During his tenure at the National LGBTQ Task Force he oversaw the annual planning, marketing and programming for the country’s largest LGBTQ organizing event: Creating Change.
Daniel secured his bachelor’s degree in Art History and Global Affairs from George Mason University. He earned his master’s degree in Public Relations & Corporate Communications from Georgetown University where he was awarded the 2018 Spirit of Georgetown Award for Social Justice and Community Service. An aspiring home cook and fiction writer, he lives in Northern Virginia with his fiancé, dog and cat.