Daniel is an experienced Science educator who currently attends Law School at the University of San Diego. He grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin before moving to the Phoenix area, where he earned degrees in Education and Political Science from Arizona State University. After graduation, Daniel began his career in education by serving the Phoenix community as an AmeriCorps member in the Teach for America program, with the belief that one day, all children in this nation will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education. After his AmeriCorps service, he remained in the classroom, teaching a diverse curriculum including Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, and Biotechnology. Presently, he attends the University of San Diego School of Law, where he is learning the skills necessary to continue his advocacy for children and families. Daniel’s philosophy of education seeks to balance Eastern and Western health principals in service of the San Diego community.