Senior Consultant in philanthropy - BNP GOLDIE Canada
Daniel brings to The Goldie Company a solid record of achievement in association management, public affairs, advocacy and event planning. Daniel is a bilingual, results-oriented practitioner – he is a strategic thinker without losing sight of the operational details. He is accomplished in the development, management and execution of high-impact outreach and partnership initiatives. He is skilled at problem solving, consensus building, conflict resolution and facilitating a collaborative approach to tackle strategic objectives.
Daniel is also analytical and has a keen understanding of the federal and provincial policy process and how decisions are influenced by the intersection of political, bureaucratic, public and stakeholder interests.
Over the years, Daniel has supported the efforts of about 90 or so associations and non-profits, including the Abbeyfield Houses Society of Canada, the Hearing Health Alliance of Canada, the Canadian Hearing Instrument Practitioners Society, the Mining Association of Canada, the Canadian Automobile Association, the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada and the Insurance Bureau of Canada.
Daniel is passionate about community and charitable involvement and is particularly interested in social housing, suicide prevention and community support for young adults.
Daniel is an avid year-round bicyclist, a rock music historian, and enjoys reading American and French revolutionary history, political biographies and British mysteries.