Daniel is a graphic designer with a practice centered on design strategy for social change. His most recent work is focused on establishing community-based workshops to engage youth of color in design-based solutions. While at the federal government, Daniel worked as a Design + Technology Fellow for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) where he helped implement communication and branding strategies to support the Bureau’s mission of creating stronger regulation of financial markets after the financial crisis. Daniel received his MFA in Graphic Design from the Yale School of Art. Prior to Yale, he worked as an Art Director for Peace Over Violence where he oversaw the development and implementation of the organization’s rebrand, including a national sexual violence prevention education campaign. Through his work as a designer and advocate, Daniel hopes to support the creative potential of community-based partnerships to foster collaboration and elevate the needs of marginalized communities.


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