Daniel provides a range of support to voluntary sector bodies large and small. He’s worked in the voluntary sector at a local and national level for over 15 years and understands the challenges and opportunities the sector faces and uses this firsthand experience to provide strategic and actionable support to clients.
Daniel has worked for the National Trust in several national roles for 11 years, focusing on youth participation and community engagement strategy. He held a senior role within the Audience Insight Team leading the Trust’s research of volunteering, fundraising, new audiences and how to engage the public in local heritage and green spaces.
Key skills & experience
Daniel has a wide variety of skills and experiences such as market research including survey design, qualitative approaches, and foresight expertise to help guide charities through big issues or new directions.
He also has a range of expertise in heritage specialisms including business review, governance, fundraising, management, asset transfer, property development and campaigning.
Daniel has been involved with Eastside Primetimers on several heritage projects and most recently working with a well known national youth charity to explore the future of volunteering.
He’s also been a Director of a heritage and community regeneration charity based in Wiltshire, and acts as consultant to the Architectural Heritage Fund.