Since joining the Faith in Public Life "team in July 2007, Dan has had at least five job titles and been part of the organization’s most exciting achievements – from organizing a nationally televised Presidential candidate forum to passing the Affordable Care Act to holding Paul Ryan accountable for his immoral federal budget plan. Along the way he has written everything from blog posts to op-eds to sign-on letters, prepped faith leaders for interviews with the most blustery pundits on cable news, designed opinion polls and married one of his former FPL coworkers. He credits his family, his Lutheran upbringing and his study of the civil rights movement for giving him the thirst for justice that led him to this line of work. He will come at you with data, talking points and a red pen.
"Dan loves school. He taught remedial literacy in rural Arkansas as a Teach For America corps member, then reverted to student life at the Missouri School of Journalism and studied investigative reporting, magazine editing and strategic communications. A long time ago he got a B.A. in history at the College of William & Mary." 
Resources and articles
- Faith in Public Life People, organizational web page, accessed October 1, 2012.