In this role he ensured value for money solutions through economic appraisal and advised on best-practice methodology. Daniel has more than five years of experience in front line health, applying data analysis to identify patients who are at risk as well and undertaking engagements with clients from diverse backgrounds.
Daniel was employed at the Banyo Clinic where has worked as a receptionist and data analyst and undertook community engagement. Over the last five years, he has been following his passion for numbers and analysis through his studies at the University of Queensland, studying statistics, economics and finance. He was employed as an intern at the Department of Transport and Main Roads Economics team, where he was able to use his passion and skills in data and analytics to create appraisals for several infrastructure projects, as well as perform and suggest changes to transport and main roads methodology.
Daniel has a passion for music, which has led him to learn trumpet and guitar. He enjoys cooking, cinema and playing soccer with his friends.