Language Lover, Proud Cryer, Plant-based Milk Enthusiast
Daniel grew up in London, UK where he was very involved in the Masorti Jewish community, in particular his beloved youth movement and summer camp, NOAM. His passion for languages and Torah has taken him to live in France, Germany, Jerusalem and Madagascar and in 2019, he moved to New York to study at Yeshivat Hadar and Romemu Yeshiva.
Prior to coming to the US, Daniel trained and worked as a child protection social worker in London. He is currently completing an MA in Process Oriented Facilitation and Conflict Studies at the Process Work Institute in Oregon. He is training to be able to offer process-oriented facilitation for individuals, couples, groups and organizations.
Since 2018, he has been facilitating a group called Angels of History to process the impact of intergenerational Jewish trauma. He is also currently working at Park Slope Jewish Center in Brooklyn as a Hebrew Curriculum and Student support specialist. Daniel loves swimming, yoga, ecstatic dancing, expressing his emotions, Shabbat naps, German literature and Jewish mysticism.