Daniel is a Strategic Sustainability Consultant with expertise in sustainable technologies, systems, and management practices. He has worked on a wide range of sustainability consulting initiatives, from implementing basic efficiencies to planning the structural integration of sustainability into the core strategy of an enterprise. Much of his work has focused on quantifying the financial impact of sustainability, as well as addressing the challenges in communicating with and educating others about the benefits of sustainable management. Most recently, Daniel worked with Red Bull of North America to reduce costs through better fleet management, renewable energy, waste reduction, efficiencies, and strategic integration. He also works with the FairRidge Group to provide strategic sustainability consulting services to Fortune 500 companies. Daniel received an undergraduate degree in psychology from Wesleyan University, in Middletown, CT, and earned an MBA in Sustainable Management from the Presidio School of Management in San Francisco.

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