I’m Daniel, a young professional specialized in digital transformation strategy and tech policy.
In the last 5 years, I have studied and worked in 6 different countries (Spain, Canada, France, the US, Ireland, and the UK). It may sound tiring, but it’s been the best decision of my life. In fact, I would do it again if I could. I have been a bit busy, but being always on the go has allowed me to meet tons of amazing people around the world. It has also allowed me to learn skills that no university or job can teach.
My interests are at the intersection of public policy, technology, international economics, and digital development and my commentary on these topics has been featured in El País, The Washington Post, International Policy Digest, Medium and the European Student Think Tank. I have also been a keynote speaker in forums like the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting or El País con tu Futuro and I have participated in several roundtables for Laureate International Universities or the OECD.
While I have convinced a lot of people to say nice things about my work, if I had to describe myself professionally in three words I would use ‘passion’, ‘ownership’ and ‘commitment’.
I hope that among all of this shameless self-promotion you find a match for a project you’re working on. Let’s connect and talk about it!