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Daniel Doherty

Master of Public Policy

Graduated in 2019

After earning his undergrad at Temple University, Daniel worked as a campaign manager and legislative aide to Pennsylvania State Representatives Kevin and Brendan Boyle before moving on to become a legal assistant at a law firm in Philadelphia. Upon moving back to Massachusetts in his mid-20’s, Daniel volunteered for the 2013 special election campaign of Ed Markey before becoming a high school social sciences teacher in Westford and Shrewsbury, MA and working as curriculum coordinator at an academic summer camp in Concord, MA.

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While at Northeastern Daniel focused his studies on educational policy, particularly concerning vocational education, curriculum development, and school district funding. Currently, Daniel works within the development department of Fenway High School, a public-pilot school on Mission Hill, as the Ventures Program Director. This role sees him develop and maintain partnerships between the school and various corporations and nonprofits around the city, oversee the school’s internship program, write and apply for grants, and teach a class revolving around career exploration and financial literacy. Never able to stay still for too long, Daniel can be found at community events in his home neighborhood of Allston-Brighton, at a Red Sox or Celtics game, or running along the Charles River.

Areas of Expertise: Education policy, local government, and internships/jobs

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