Daniel’s career has traversed the spectrum of a full stack engineer, product manager to investment professional. As Venture Partner & Product Manager at Trimantium Capital, he works across a portfolio of companies on product strategy, development and management helping to establish clear product vision and execution plans. Daniel also serves as a Non-Executive Director of Good Super.
Previously, Daniel worked in a number of wholly owned Trimantium companies, including KDIS and Lifeblood, where he led project delivery teams for clients such as Nestle and the United Nations, and mentored project and technical leaders. Prior to joining Trimantium, Daniel was part of the Actuarial Consulting team at Russell Investments providing advice on the management of financial and operational risks to superannuation funds from a range of sectors, including all levels of government and top 100 ASX listed companies.
Daniel volunteers his time with the University of Melbourne Career Mentoring Program where he assists selected students with their career development and transition from University into the workforce.
Daniel has a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from the University of Melbourne, and is a member of the Actuaries Institute, Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Henley Club. He has also been awarded a scholarship to undertake the Designing for Social Innovation and Leadership Course (DSIL) delivered in partnership with the Centre for Executive Education (CEE) of the United Nations Mandated University for Peace (UPEACE) and Southeast Asia based Sarus.