As Acting Director of Advocacy, Daniel oversees the team’s efforts to monitor and report on attacks on higher education communities through SAR’s Academic Freedom Monitoring Project; coordinates student-oriented initiatives, including Student Advocacy Seminars and legal clinics; conduct advocacy campaigns through SAR’s Scholars-in-Prison Project; and raises visibility of these issues and promising solutions through publications and press outreach. Before joining SAR, Daniel worked in refugee resettlement at Catholic Charities Community Services, interned for the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA), and worked in international education and English language programming in France and the US. Daniel holds an M.A. in International Education from New York University and a B.A. in Economics and French from Nazareth College of Rochester.