Dan grew up in Simsbury, CT, where he learned his love for Boston sports and learning. He received a B.S.E. in Electrical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, and concentrated in Signals and Systems. He is now a J.D. Candidate at Boston University School of Law, where he plans on becoming a patent attorney. Before law school, Dan was an Application Support Engineer for MathWorks in Natick, MA, where he supported a wide range of customers with the MATLAB and Simulink product ranges.
Dan served in the Peer Tutor program through Case Western Reserve's Educational Services for Students office, and has been tutoring since 2015. At CWRU, Dan tutored a range of engineering students in Calculus, Differential Equations, General Physics (Mechanics and Electricity & Magnetism), and a range of electrical engineering courses from entry-level to advanced. Dan is also a test preparation tutor for the ACT (34).
Outside of his studies, Dan writes and performs music on his own and with the Boston University Symphonic Chorus, and is an avid cook, powerlifter, and recreational sport player.