Daniel is a third-year doctoral candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where he studies the impact of early adversity (maltreatment, trauma and poverty) on educational, neurobiological and mental health outcomes across the lifespan. Originally from England, Daniel graduated from the University of Bath with a BSc. in Psychology. He subsequently joined the Teach First program (the British equivalent of Teach for America), spending two years teaching in an inner-city secondary school in London. During this time, he worked for a nonprofit in Uganda, where he ran professional development workshops for teachers in rural schools. This past summer, he has consulted for Boston Public Schools as an Education Pioneers Fellow. In his spare time, Daniel enjoys travelling, reading, and scouring Boston for new neighborhood restaurants.