Daniel Domagala is a collective action practitioner, organizer, and facilitator with over fifteen years of experience in collaborative philanthropy, network and partnerships building, transformative learning, capacity building and organizational change management. Daniel has developed and facilitated leadership programs for philanthropists, executives from civil society, government and corporate philanthropy (CSR) sectors with a focus on multi-stakeholder partnerships and collective action for transformation of systemic challenges.
Daniel has extensive experience in Latin America, including Mexico and Brazil, where he has provided worked on partnerships for quality public education and public health. In his role he has organized and facilitated learning events for Synergos across the globe including Brazil, Mexico, Morocco, India, Nigeria, South Africa, Namibia, Ethiopia and the United States.
Daniel holds a Master of Public Administration degree in policy and management from the New York University Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.