Adult Gerontology, Duke University School of Nursing
Daniel is a native of Michigan and is finishing up the Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner program at Duke University. Prior to enrolling at Duke, Daniel studied nursing at the University of Michigan and obtained law and master's in public administration (health policy) degrees from Indiana University. He has worked in various capacities at several academic medical centers including clinical nursing, research, claims and litigation and health law. His commitment to serving vulnerable populations includes developing after school programming to promote academic excellence while reducing exposure to violence, coordinating efforts to seal criminal records of those seeking jobs and is currently leading an intervention to address health harming legal needs of African American men with hypertension. He is interested in leveraging law and policy with interested stakeholders to create health equity in vulnerable communities both domestically and abroad.