Daniel offers expert client counsel resulting from more than a decade of public affairs, strategic communications, crisis and issues management, media relations and political experience. He has significant experience operating at the nexus of communication, advocacy and public policy, understanding the political landscape in Washington with the ability to craft and implement a communications and engagement strategy to support clients.
Daniel is a senior communications leader with over a decade experience working with political, corporate, NGO and governmental clients in the United States and abroad. He has spent his career crafting and executing communications and public affairs campaigns, shaping narratives and influencing stakeholders to drive policy and meet strategic objectives. Daniel has worked on some of the most sensitive and high stakes issues in recent years, providing communications, messaging, and strategic advice as he led media and communications for the House Judiciary Committee. Prior to his work with the Judiciary Committee, he handled policy communications around various local, national, and international issues, including freight and public transportation, civil rights and civil liberty protections, and foreign policy.
As a specialist in strategic communications and messaging, Daniel’s political background stretches over 20 elections in eight different countries. He has worked with leading international and domestic teams managing paid and earned media campaigns, research and data analysis, rapid response, and on-the-ground implementation for political parties and candidates. Daniel has also worked with various public officials in government and business leaders from around the world. He helped plan and manage communications activities and stakeholder engagements for The Rockefeller Foundation’s Social Impact Bond initiative, provided communications and media advice for corporate, nonprofit and start-up clients, and has experience supporting corporate and organizational clients with public relations and media outreach, digital and social media planning, research, crisis communications, and speech writing.