Java, Kubernetes, Fintech, DevOps, Fiscal Policy, Regulation, Web Development, State- and Local-Level Policy
Economics, Regulation, Technology, Eco-Tech, Agricultural Technology, Biotechnology.
Daniel graduated from the University of New Mexico with an MBA with concentrations in Finance and Public Policy in July of 2019. His work focused on the intersection of regulation, technology, and corporate financial strategy, including papers on the Lacey Act and Supply Chains in Illegal Logging; volatility and cash flow management in the Biotechnology Sector; and the use of Machine Learning for portfolio optimization. 3.9/4.0 GPA.
Daniel received a BFA in Film Production and Cinematography from the Santa Fe University of Art and Design in 2016. His senior thesis, a feature film entitled "Lost Kiddy Found," is in distribution with Adler & Associates Entertainment. He also produced a feature documentary entitled "Once a Marine," currently seeking distribution.
Daniel wrote policy briefs on business strategy in a political context for both the Rio Grande Foundation and the University of New Mexico's Public Policy Program.
Daniel has worked as a financial and policy analyst for a think tank, focusing on public finance, public-private projects, and municipal finance.
Daniel works professionally as a software developer and a writer for tech-related online publications. His focus is on Java, DevOps, and business strategy in tech.
Daniel wrote articles for a variety of clients and subjects, including technology, tutorials, financial analyses, and policy evaluations.
Daniel regularly wrote copy for email campaigns to raise money for a non-profit firm. These were written for various target audiences, including individual sponsors, organizational sponsors, prospective sponsors and donors, and local media organizations.
Daniel raised funding for a variety of non-profit organizations, including a financial literacy program at the University of New Mexico, a non-profit think tank, a food depot, a documentary project, and hurricane relief for victims of Hurricane Maria.