A U.S.-trained lawyer based in London, Daniel works with NRGI’s capacity building team to help other actors turn knowledge to action.
Prior to joining NRGI, Daniel worked at a refugee-led, refugee-run organization in Cairo, Egypt in a range of capacities, including community outreach and policy and advocacy. Throughout his three years in Egypt, Daniel worked to ensure that his colleagues and collaborators had the skills they needed to thrive, including by playing a role in the founding of his organization’s community outreach department.
In addition to working with refugees, Daniel has interned at Human Rights Watch and at the Southern Africa Litigation Centre. He obtained a Fulbright fellowship to complete a Master of Law in law and politics of international security in the Netherlands. He also holds a law degree from Fordham University, where he was a Crowley Scholar in international human rights, and a bachelor's degree in political science from Vassar College.