Daniel was born in Boca Raton, Florida and moved to Houston, Texas when he was 9 years old. He went on to graduate from TCU with degrees in Political Science and Communications.
At a young age, Daniel helped lobby and pass legislation through the Texas Legislature. This bill, and now law, expands personal freedoms to those that suffer from a medical condition. Daniel became passionate about the entire political process after his experience, and he has kept that passion every step of the way. On his 18th birthday, the first thing he did was registered to vote so he was able to cast a ballot for Mitt Romney in the 2012 Presidential election.
Daniel has a wide-range of experience in finance, local government, Mayoral campaigns, Texas state government, statewide campaigns, grassroots activism, and fundraising. He brings an innovative mindset to every project he works on, and believes creativity is the foundation to successfully grab the voters attention. Strong written and verbal communication skills are present in Daniel’s work. He has been the go-to-guy for speechwriting, press releases, website design, social media, speaking with constituents, and gaining the support of voters.
No task is too challenging for Daniel because his work ethic pushes him that extra step to succeed that others are not willing to take. He hit the ground running here at KAP Strategies by immediately working with campaigns in seven different states. Daniel is determined to do anything necessary for the client on the climb toward victory.
When Daniel is not working, he is usually watching his TCU Horned Frogs, spending time with family, reading, or trying a new experience around Austin.