Daniel Geller

Research Manager

Daniel Geller is the Research Manager for TechEquity Collaborative. Prior to joining TechEquity Collaborative, Daniel worked for various public interest legal clinics, focused on First Amendment, environmental, and veterans law respectively. In these roles, Daniel was fortunate to assist the New York Times in procuring coronavirus case data broken down by race and ethnicity from the CDC via the Freedom of Information Act, push for a more equitable distribution of environmental hazards in the greater Miami area, and represent classes of veterans with service-connected disabilities seeking access to promised benefits.

Daniel holds a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University, as well as a J.D. from the University of Miami School of Law. He is passionate about worker rights, housing, and community advocacy. Daniel hopes to use his academic and professional experience to effectively further TechEquity Collaborative’s mission.