Daniel was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford, where he pursued a doctorate and had the pleasure of playing on the grass courts of Wimbledon and Queen’s Club as a Varsity member of the Oxford Men’s Tennis Team. Daniel’s thesis at Oxford focused on social networking technologies and the formation of new social capital-- the final chapter is still yet to be written. Prior to Oxford, Daniel graduated Phi Beta Kappa with distinction from Yale University, earning both a B.A. and M.A in the space of four years, winning the prize for best thesis in the social sciences, and was honored as one of the top 20 leaders and scholars in America by USA Today.
Daniel has long been dedicated to public service, leading and serving organizations both domestically and abroad, as well as serving on international advisory boards. Daniel has had the privilege of being an invited speaker at conferences around the globe and enjoys hosting idea hackathons, angel investing, and bringing great people together for anything that combines fun and fulfillment.