Daniel Wagner is the Campus Liberty Tour Coordinator at the Steamboat Institute. He is from Elmwood Park, NJ, and graduated magna cum laude from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, NJ, earning degrees in Political Science and Criminology. As an undergrad, Daniel was a recipient of the Outstanding Achievement in Legal Studies and Advocacy award and inducted into the Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society. He was a member of the College Republicans and a founding member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Tau-Chi Chapter in which he served on the executive committee for three semesters focusing on membership development, recruitment efforts, and philanthropy involving the Wounded Warrior Project.
Daniel interned for the Morris County Court of New Jersey’s criminal division under the Honorable Thomas Critchley. Since graduation, he has enjoyed multiple positions in varying fields. Daniel successfully managed and oversaw the completion of extensive commercial and industrial contracting projects with municipalities across New Jersey, worked for a privately owned third-party administrator and independent adjusting firm dealing primarily with clients who incurred property damage losses ranging from weather, crime, or negligence, and, most recently, worked in operations and logistics management – responsible for the daily planning, routing, and scheduling of shipments, distribution of customer merchandise, and DOT compliance for one of the largest restaurant, bar, and catering suppliers in the Northeast.