Daniel has a love of learning and sharing knowledge, and is particularly passionate about history, philosophy, religion, literature and language. Currently studying a Bachelor of Arts (Honours), his thesis focuses on the origins and aims of storytelling as represented in Italian 20th century literature.
Daniel enjoys getting to know people of different backgrounds, and sharing the insights from these experiences. He has served on the education committee for PathWays, an organisation committed to inter-belief dialogue through storytelling in Victorian schools and in 2016, he participated in cultural exchanges in South Korea and Italy.
Daniel is also passionate about the interaction between community and journalism and has completed internships at Meanjin Quarterly, Dumbo Feather Magazine and Il Globo, the Italian-Australian community newspaper. He is keen to use his interests in media, philosophy and education to delve into the deep questions and problems that we all share. It is also through his time mentoring and tutoring that he has come to appreciate learning and growing with others, and he is grateful for the chance to be inspired and mentored as part of the Advance program.