Daniel joined FP1 Strategies as its Research Director in April 2016, where he conducts research for the firm’s Public Affairs and Political clients and new business initiatives.
Before joining FP1, Daniel worked at a full-service public affairs agency in Sacramento, CA, where he specialized in research, writing and project management. During that time, he worked on several major statewide and local campaigns for a variety of industries and companies, including a major civil rights organization, ride-sharing startups and an education reform association.
Additionally, Daniel has worked at the California Energy Commission’s Energy Research and Development Division, where he assisted in developing economic analysis for the agency’s Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) program. He also previously worked for the California State Board of Equalization’s Taxpayers’ Rights Advocate Office, where he conducted advocacy outreach to enroll taxpayers into its Tax Appeals Assistance Program.
Daniel is a graduate of the University of California, Davis and has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Sociology. He is a native of Southern California.