Daniel believes that data-driven insights, courageous counsel and strategic communications have the power to transform the landscape of business, while simultaneously bettering our communities. At Porter Novelli, he leverages the agency's expertise in purpose and communications consulting across global tech, health, food and reputation practices to facilitate this change. In his former role at MSL, he designed Ferrero’s communications function, placing corporate citizenship at the center; advised HP Inc.’s industry-leading sustainability goals, raising the profile of their community impact and circular economy work; and brought VF Corporation’s purpose to life for internal and external stakeholders. His professional experience also includes work through New York's Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs, Edelman’s Business + Social Purpose practice, The Rockefeller Foundation’s Global Communications division and GMHC’s (Gay Men’s Health Crisis) development department. Daniel holds B.A. degrees in Strategic Communications and Human Service Studies from Elon University in North Carolina. As an undergraduate, he accepted nominations from four academic honor societies devoted to excellence in leadership, communications, social sciences and human services; established an a cappella group that performed at Carnegie Hall; and received the Student of the Year Award from the campus’ Gender & LGBTQIA Center for his work in building a more LGBTQIA-inclusive community.