Daniel is Digital Innovations Lead at InsideOut Institute, a role which involves a wide range of projects including building our eTherapy platform, extending our eClinic, overseeing our online training platform, and assisting on research projects with a technical component. He is passionate about using technology to improve the availability, efficacy and ease access to life-changing therapy.
He has worked in the NSW Data Analytics Centre in NSW Treasury, which solves complex problems for Government stakeholders by bringing together data from a wide range of Government departments. He also has experience in the technology industry in his work with a communications app startup.
He won the NSW SydneyHack Hackathon in 2016, and is the recipient of the NSW Data Analytics Centre Scholars Program Scholarship (2016), the Michael Orange Prize for English Literature (2018), the Josiah Symon Scholarship (2018), and the Raymond L. Debus Scholarship for Honours (2017).
He studied Bachelor of Arts (History and Literature) and Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Sciences) at the University of Sydney, and gained a First Class Honours (2019) for his research on the history of the AIDS Crisis in Sydney.