As Founder & President, Daniel has accelerated strong investments in social impact through its many partnerships, including Merrill Lynch, Newsday Media Group, United Way Long Island and the Workforce Development Institute, along with many social equity initiatives.
Standing firm on “Proof of Progress” the grassroots organization has been touted as leaders in tackling disempowering narratives around minority communities and mobilizing millennials with the tools needed to become the next generation of change-makers in public policy.
In addition to his advocacy work with Minority Millennials, Daniel serves as the Senior Project Manager at the Babylon IDA. Spearheading their Economic Inclusion Initiative, an innovative program that provides financial, technical, and legal assistance to existing and aspiring MWBE entrepreneurs who reside or operate their businesses within the Town.
In July of 2020, Daniel was recognized by Long Island Business News as a Trailblazer of Diversity and In February of 2020, Daniel received the Equity Foundation Award from the Urban League of LI for his advocacy work with Minority Millennials, Inc. In 2019, Daniel was recognized by Gold Coast Bank as one of Long Island's most influential millennials as well honored by the Nassau Community College Foundation as the Rising Star of the Year.
Daniel holds a Bachelor of Arts in Finance from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, a Master of Business Administration in Global Management from Westwood College and a Master’s in Public Policy from Stony Brook University.
A native Long Islander from Wyandanch, he is committed to mentoring Wyandanch Elementary School 5th-graders through the New York State Mentoring program. His volunteer efforts include his role as the Town of Babylon Trustee on the Suffolk County Parks Committee and Mentor at Bolden Mack Park Summer Basketball League.