Board Member Since 2019
Daniel has considerable experience working with non-profit organizations as a consultant and volunteer and is confident that his experience will contribute to Board deliberations. As a person who has been hard of hearing since birth, Daniel has a strong interest in working with the hearing health community and hearing-related advocacy groups.
Daniel believes that being a board member for CHHA is an excellent opportunity to make a meaningful contribution and help the organization meet its strategic goals. Daniel has a solid record of achievement in association management, public affairs, advocacy and event planning. He is a bilingual, results-oriented practitioner accomplished in the development, management and execution of high-impact outreach and partnership initiatives. He has a deep understanding of the federal and provincial policy process and how decisions are influenced by the intersection of political, bureaucratic, public and stakeholder interests.
Daniel is passionate about community and charitable involvement and is particularly interested in hearing health, social housing, suicide prevention and community support for young adults.