Daniel recently graduated from Tyler Junior College with an Associate of Arts in Business Administration. While at TJC, Daniel was elected as the President of the student body, the Vice-President of Honors In Action in the TJC chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, and co-founded the Green Committee on campus. Daniel also served as the student representative on the Campus Carry committee at TJC and served as the student representative on the Communications and Safety committee within the administration. He was personally invited to serve on these committees by the Provost and Vice-President of Student Affairs, Dr. Juan Mejia.
Daniel began his time at TJC taking dual credit classes while being homeschooled in the fall of 2012. He graduated from high school in the spring of 2014 at the age of 16. Daniel and another peer at TJC caught the vision of sustainability, inspired by a professor of sociology. The Green Committee was born and has been successful in spearheading green initiatives on and off of the TJC campus. With the current state of political turmoil, Daniel was inspired to get his feet wet in the realm of politics, talking on the roles of President of the Student Senate and Vice-President of Phi Theta Kappa. These positions have granted him the opportunity to learn and grow in his soft skills, navigating the realm of leadership and communication in this diverse world.
Since joining TBG Solutions, Daniel has had the opportunity to speak in staff development and faculty convocation sessions at schools and colleges, as well as student assemblies for high school students. Because of his age and magnetic personality, Daniel has a unique ability to capture the attention of young, aspiring students that identify with him in the millennial generation while his energy and down to earth personality captures even the most seasoned audience.
As a millennial growing up in the information age, Daniel has first-hand knowledge of social media. He has seen the benefits of this high-tech communication as well as the risks involved. He uses his personal and real life experiences in an engaging format to share critical information about social media and the workplace.