Daniel is a junior at William & Mary, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, majoring in Public Policy and History. His principal passions are legislative policymaking, the budgetary process, transportation policy, and Constitutional and municipal law. As a freshman, he served as a District intern with a Pennsylvania State Senator, improving constituents’ access to information on social services through interactive maps, analyzing demographic information and municipal code, and representing the Senator at public events. Currently, Daniel is researching historical sites for the Forest Service through the Virtual Student Federal Service. Recreationally, he serves as social media manager for William & Mary’s student Revolutionary War reenacting group, has volunteered as a tutor at local primary schools, and organized fundraisers for primary schools in Uganda. Through the W&M D.C. Program, Daniel hopes to channel his passions and rich education into lasting connections and challenging work experiences, in preparation for a career serving the public interest.