Daniel works closely with healthcare, insurance, financial, and energy clients seeking opportunities or hurdling challenges with government. Primarily, his efforts are concentrated on advocating his clients’ initiatives before the North Carolina General Assembly and the Executive Branch. Daniel has been a registered lobbyist for more than a decade, and also serves as an adviser on matters related to state procurement contracts. He manages public affairs campaigns and lobbies city and county governments on issues that impact his clients’ business needs.
Daniel has been recognized during his career as one of the most influential lobbyists at the North Carolina General Assembly by the North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research in its survey of legislators, lobbyists, and Capitol Press Corps members.
Daniel received his B.S. in Political Science from Appalachian State University.