… is a Coordinator of Professional Development at the Wildlife Conservation Society. As a part of the Professional Development team, Daniel has worked for four years to create a culture of high-quality, student-centered science education in New York City classrooms. He believes using local, real-world science phenomena is the ideal way to drive learning at all levels of science education. Daniel earned his bachelor’s degree in 2011 from Baylor University and his Master of Arts in Teaching from the Relay Graduate School of Education as a New York City Teaching Fellow. In his spare time, he enjoys a wide array of hobbies such as running, hiking, cooking, and baking.