Dan is a senior student from Houston, Texas double majoring in Public Policy and French. He chose to study the impacts of immigration and immigration policy on the American agricultural industry because of his strong interest in the intersections between the public and private sectors, and the ways in which both spheres influence one another. In his free time, he enjoys swimming and reading about politics and policy issues. After graduation, he will join the firm Alvarez & Marsal as a Public Sector Services Analyst.
Honors Thesis: The Impacts of Immigration Policy on the American Agricultural Industry
Faculty Advisor: Professor Bruce W. Jentleson