Daniel is currently on secondment to the OECD, based in Paris.
Daniel previously led EIF’s review of what works to enhance interparental relationships and improve outcomes for children, and is involved in programme assessment, qualitative work and social research more broadly.
He joined EIF from the Analysis and Insight Team at Cabinet Office. There he managed a range of research and evaluation projects in support of the Office for Civil Society and the Youth Policy teams. Before that, Daniel spent three years as a research associate at the Centre for Education Research and Practice at AQA Education where he published work on education policy as well as carrying out evaluations on assessment procedures. Previously, Daniel trained as a developmental psychologist completing an MSc in Psychological Research Methods and a PhD in developmental psychology at the University of Nottingham.