at The ILRC since 2017
Troy University (2014)
BS Human Services- Case Management
Habitat for Humanity (2012)
Volunteer of the Year- Pike County
Daniel returned home to Northeast Florida after graduating from Troy University, in Troy, AL. He is an active member of the Adaptive Athletic community and regularly competes in Para Jiu Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts. This platform gives Daniel the opportunity to inspire those with and without disabilities, showing them through perseverance and hard work, you can find success.
As an Employment Specialist with the ILRC, Daniel assists consumers with disabilities in becoming job ready by developing resume writing and interviewing skills. Daniel also provides Job Coaching, and engages community employers to promote the benefits of hiring within the disability community.
THE REASON WHY
I WORK AT THE ILRC
“I work for the ILRC because it gives me the opportunity to directly connect with members of the disabled community and provide them with a means to lead meaningful and productive lives. In turn, showcasing the value of each individual, and increasing the impact that these individuals can have on our communities as a whole.”