He has used these skills to work with government and non-government clients in sectors including health and human services, environment, education, and research and innovation. He combines his analytical mindset with a deep background in stakeholder engagement to produce clear, evidence-based and practical insights for his clients.
Daniel completed his honours research in partnership with the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry in Boston. He focused on improving detection, analysis and removal of microplastic pollution from urban streams, with further work conducted to improve education on this issue in secondary schools. This project included visits to the University of Massachusetts (Lowell) and Yale University’s Centre for Green Chemistry.
As a student, Daniel also undertook extensive work in student-led sustainability projects, holding positions with the Monash Association of Sustainability and the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (Youth).
Daniel loves outdoor exercise and attempting new vegetarian meals (with mixed success). Once perennially disappointed by the Melbourne Demons AFL team, he now enjoys watching matches his team might win.