Position: Manager, Knowledge Translation and Communications, Population and Public Health, BC Centre for Disease Control
Biography: Daniel has over 7 years of experience working with multiple levels of government and health system stakeholders from front line public health practitioners to senior leaders. He has worked on a range of projects including those related to food safety, personal service establishments, bed bugs, mould, antimicrobial agents, and carbon monoxide. Working with stakeholders from multiple disciplines has enriched his interests in understanding how evidence and collaboration can be used for an effective response to complex public health issues. Daniel is a certified public health inspector and holds a Master’s degree in Public Health and undergraduate degrees in Environmental Health, as well as Microbiology/Immunology.