Sexual Assault Prevention Coordinator
The Wellness Center
- Daniel has spent most of his life in the DC metro area growing up in Columbia, MD and he attended the University of Maryland in College Park. During his time in College Park, Daniel was a peer educator and led sexual violence prevention workshops at fraternities, sororities, residence halls and in several classrooms around the University of Maryland campus. Daniel also had the opportunity to act as a Peer Victim Advocate during his senior year at UMD. During his time as an advocate, he assisted survivors of rape, stalking, dating violence and sexual harassment. In 2008, Daniel graduated with a B.A. in Psychology and a certificate in Women’s Studies. He continued his education at Boston College and received his M.A. in Mental Health Counseling in 2010. While in Boston, Daniel also worked as an addiction counselor at the Addiction Treatment Center of New England leading individual and group therapy sessions. At American University, Daniel will be working to develop and implement sexual violence prevention programs and establish peer education and advocacy services for students, staff and faculty on and off campus.
DegreesM.A Mental Health Counseling; B.A. Psychology, Certificate in Women's Studies
Book Currently Reading:The Girl Who Played With Fire
- Dean of Students
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