Daniel joined the Foundation in 2016 with four years of experience coordinating academic and scholarship programs at Duke University. There he developed a reputation for being the go-to person for developing efficient processes and managing large amounts of data – key requirements for a well-functioning development shop. Daniel is a native of Durham and a graduate of the University of Rochester. As the Foundation’s Development Coordinator, he is in charge of processing and acknowledging donations, providing great service to our donors, managing the Foundation’s database, and supporting community fundraisers. Daniel is inspired everyday by the Foundation’s mission to improve the lives of those affected by chordoma and lead the search for a cure.