Digital Communications Analyst
Daniel Marshall is our Digital Communications Analyst, managing the Center’s social media channels and online presence. Working in communications, Daniel has focused mainly on campus outreach and digital engagement, while also integrating the Center on various emerging social media platforms. His work also spans website and social media analytics.
Daniel is a Sophomore in Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, studying for a Bachelors of Science in Science, Technology, and International Affairs, as well as a minor in Spanish. On campus, Daniel acts as a Project Manager for Fundraisr, a student group that partners with DC-area nonprofits focused on community and human development, to provide pro-bono fundraising services through various human-centered design processes. Once he leaves Georgetown, Daniel hopes to work in the fields of Peace, Human Rights, and Economic Development.
At the Center, Daniel hopes to continue learning about how social and scientific advancement can influence topics of justice and equity in society. He is grateful to have been exposed to so many new ways of approaching old problems, and he hopes to continue learning about how to really make a change from a bottom-up mentality. As a DC native (that’s a lie; he’s from Arlington), Daniel has been inspired by the countless opportunities for service in his present communities, and he hopes to ultimately apply his newfound knowledge from the Center to tackle the “bigger issues” today in the District.
Education: Bachelors of Science in Science, Technology, and International Affairs, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, 2019
Hometown: Arlington, Virginia
Favorite Quote: “We are all Daniels on this bus” – Dan Carol, Senior Advisor to the Beeck Center
What I’m Reading Now: Open Veins of Latin America by Eduardo Galeano; We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie