Daniel is an experienced economics lecturer and researcher with a focus on project selection, prioritisation, and valuation in social settings. He has developed a project prioritisation tool based on information markets that has been validated through his PhD and ongoing research. Daniel also teaches contemporary economics, resource economics, and behavioural economics at a tertiary level.

As Company Secretary for Nourishing Bites, he has made significant contributions to strategy development, financial management, economic modelling, and identifying business improvement opportunities over the past nine years. He also serves as a Board Member for a Financial Services Support Company.

In his previous industry experience, Daniel has developed complex business tools and enterprise valuations while providing economic, business, and project management advice. He founded and managed a multimillion-dollar IT project in engineering, which earned him two highly regarded Australian awards: a Centenary Medal for Community Development and Academic Excellence in 2003 and a Young Australian of the Year Award for Regional Initiative in 2000.