Daniel is project coordinator for the WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities at WRI Colombia. In this role, he coordinate initiatives to promote sustainable and enjoyable cities by doing research, advocacy and coordinating initiatives with national and local authorities, NGOs and companies.

Daniel holds a Major in International Relations from Rosario University in Colombia and a master’s in Urban and Regional Planning from Los Andes University in Colombia. Also, he was a scholar at the Liderazgo por Bogotá Scholarship at Los Andes University.

Daniel has a broad experience in urban mobility in the public and NGO sector. He worked at the National Road Safety Agency of Colombia where he leaded 7 road safety initiatives with local authorities. He was a researcher at the Colombian Municipality Federation where he was coauthor of 3 statistical yearbooks and one indexed research paper. These yearbooks shared statistical information and results of research on road safety, enforcement and control. Daniel was a professor for graduate studies at the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University. He was the champion for Latin America for Youth for Road Safety (YOURS).