Daniel is a political campaigns, partnerships and communications professional who relies on his varied experiences to build strong relationships and drive targeted messaging for his clients.
Hailing from the Peninsula but raised in San Diego, Daniel’s interest in politics and public affairs has been driven by the stark inequalities he has observed as a Californian and by the strong example set by his civic-minded family of lawyers and teachers.
Daniel got his start in the private sector working on behalf of small and medium-sized tech startups while at a public relations firm in San Francisco and then while growing the NBA’s video games and live streaming partnerships business in New York.
Like many, he pivoted to politics full-time following the 2016 presidential election and has since worked on progressive campaigns across the country at almost every level of government, including Beto for Texas, Pete for America, Biden-Harris 2020, and most recently, Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto’s decisive re-election to the United States Senate.
Daniel holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Stanford University. Outside work, he can be found obsessing over the Giants, 49ers and the NBA, hiking, reading or at the movies.