Daniel is a Policy Analyst for Argentum Partners, focusing most of his time on government affairs and monitoring the status of local and state-level political races. Early in his career, Daniel was an intern for Senator Cortez-Masto in her Washington D.C office. Following his internship, Daniel worked for the Nevada Republican Party to re-elect Senator Dean Heller. During his time working for the Nevada Republican Party, Daniel was part of the largest outreach effort in state history, taking part in over one and a half-million voter contacts. At Argentum, Daniel works closely on gaming, energy and education policy, attending numerous public policy meetings and workshops to assist the government affairs team.
Daniel graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2018 with two bachelor’s degrees in political science and international affairs with a concentration in Middle Eastern studies. Daniel also has a master’s in strategic communication from the University of Iowa where he graduated magna cum laude. Daniel is a proud first-generation Nevadan who was born in Carson City but comes from a family of Nicaraguan political refugees who fled their country during the Sandinista Revolution. Daniel enjoys spending free time with friends and family, honing his archery skills, and is currently exploring the world of aviation.
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