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Daniel Rosenstein puts his heart, soul, and mind into each of his endeavors. As the Philanthropy Lead in the Computer Science Teachers Association, Daniel creates strong partnerships with donors, leads sponsorships for his organization's annual conference and connects with dozens of people weekly. He is a DEI Committee member and co-leader of his workplace's Pride Affinity Group for LGBTQ+ identifying teachers and allies.
On top of this, Daniel is a Good Deeds Day Chicago Liaison and Development Leadership Consortium Annual Fellow, as well as the External Relations Chair of Alain Locke Charter School. Through his work and volunteer efforts, Daniel aims to create a more inclusive and philanthropic-minded community.
He, Him, His
Philanthropy Lead at Computer Science Teachers Association
ON THE SIDE:
Loving partner, cycling and yogi enthusiast, and a culinary whiz
DESCRIBE YOURSELF IN 10 WORDS OR LESS:
An influential and outgoing leader who loves crunchy snacks.
WHAT IS YOUR PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE LAST 10 YEARS:
I was elected by my neighbors to our Association’s condo board in 2020 to offer a fresh perspective towards our building’s overall operations. Now, in the second year of my term, I am proud to represent the executive committee as board secretary.
YOUR BEST PIECE OF ADVICE:
Your 80% may appear 100% to someone else – always leave room for continuous growth.
IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE THE COMMUNITY TO KNOW ABOUT YOU:
My partner Ryan and I are an interfaith couple. We bring together our families’ respective traditions and enjoy celebrating all the different holidays throughout the year, even if the timing may overlap sometimes. Also, if you are seeking any plant care advice, I am your guy!