About our founder
Daniel is an experienced innovation, communications, and strategy professional who has built his career leveraging technology to engage target audiences and global populations on behalf of some of our time's most innovative ideas, governments, brands, and movements.
Daniel's work has been covered in outlets ranging from the NY Times to the Times of London, he's a recipient of the U.S. Congressional Medal of Merit, an Echenberg Human Rights Fellowship at McGill University, and a member of the U.K. Government's Global Entrepreneur Programme. Daniel also teaches in the School of Design Strategies at Parsons/The New School.
In addition to Global Natives, Daniel has helped manage the relationship between the Israeli government and the American public, restructured one of the world's largest student activist organizations, coordinated public infrastructure development in East Africa, scaled a venture backed, global technology accelerator, and managed America's largest political crowdsourcing platform, amongst other professional adventures.
As a result of his wide breadth and depth of experience, Daniel has a behind the scenes, actionable and operational understanding of what it takes to effect change in today's world, and is a trusted advisor to some of our time's leading innovators.