Daniel Cano is the Project Leader in Road Safety at WRI Mexico. He works to promote the design and implementation of public policies for the prevention of traffic accidents through political advocacy, research and coordination of road safety projects with public and private entities.

Daniel worked at the National Road Safety Agency where he led the implementation of road safety projects in 7 cities and departments. He was a researcher at the Colombian Federation of Municipalities where he was co-author of three statistical yearbooks and a paper in the Carreteras Magazine. He was the coordinator for the Youth For Road Safety (YOURS) organization for Latin America, where he conducted advocacy exercises and communication campaigns. Daniel was a postgraduate professor at the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University.

Daniel is an internationalist from the Universidad del Rosario, was a fellow in the Leadership for Bogotá program and has a Master's degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the Universidad de los Andes.