Daniel was the Lab Coordinator of metaLAB at Harvard where he managed core team projects and events for the creative research and design lab. Before that, he worked as the Core Program Coordinator at the Berkman Klein Center supporting operations, events, community, and communications.
He graduated from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine with a Spanish major and concentrations in 'Law and Society' and Latin American Studies and spent time studying in Cuba, Spain, and Brazil. He wrote his senior thesis on the rhetoric of Fidel Castro regarding racial discrimination at the start of the Cuban Revolution. He also worked in the Bates Admissions Office before transitioning to the Berkman Klein Center.
He loves geeking out about languages, travel, food, history, and Houston sports teams.