Daniel has spent the past twelve years working to build economic and policy solutions powerful enough to adequately address the climate crisis. He is currently the Program Coordinator for the Clean Technology Fund (CTF) and the Scaling-Up Renewable Energy Program for Low-Income Countries (SREP), the clean energy programs of the Climate Investment Funds (CIF). In this role, he works with CIF partners to support innovative clean energy operations that can lead to transformational change in energy systems of developing countries.

He has previously served as an Advisor to the U.S Executive Director of the World Bank and a Policy Analyst in the U.S. Treasury, where he helped execute the agency’s responsibilities in the domestic and international climate and energy agenda of the United States. Prior to the Treasury, he was a Center Fellow at the think tank Resources for the Future. He has a Masters of Environmental Science and Management from the Bren School at University of California, Santa Barbara and a B.S. of Environmental Science from Northern Arizona University.