I’m Daniel Rubio and this is my personal website. You can contact me here. In case you would like to know more about my professional profile you can find my resume here and learn more about my experiences below.
I currently work for the OECD and I have field experience in sustainable development and global communication projects, including policy dialogue with United Nations representatives, high-level government officials and local community stakeholders. I have also participated in international forums such as the 17th International Economic Forum on Africa or DEV Week 2017 of the OECD. I am specialised in public policy analysis and public affairs with an interest in globalization, development and policies aimed at reducing inequality. I believe in the added value of teamwork, on-time delivery and being reliable.
Before, I have worked in the private sector for companies like Salesforce, Uniplaces or SAP with business development, sales or innovation management responsibilities.
STRONG ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business from Universidad Europea and a Certificate in Globalization from Oxford University. I have been a visiting student at McGill University and awarded the Academic Excellence Scholarship for three consecutive years (2015-2017). Currently, I am completing a Diploma in Marketing and Public Relations from the University of California Berkeley. Next year, I will finish my second Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), specialising in European affairs and international political economy.
In 2015, I was the first-ever Spanish student to be selected to participate in the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting in New York. This allowed me to present the live broadcast of the event to the over 1.000.000 students from the Laureate International Universities network in 29 countries. I interviewed political leaders like Julia Gillard, former Primer Minister of Australia, or policymakers like Madeleine Albright, former US Secretary of State, discussing topics such as education for development, international relations or gender equality.