Michael Daniels

Michael Daniels comes to his current career in justice equity and justice policy management with an extensive background in science, business, and social justice.

Michael believes that economic development, good jobs, and workforce readiness, coupled with a strong safety net, a commitment to diversity and inclusion, and a high quality of life for all residents are the cornerstones of a civilized society. He is passionate in the arena of social justice for all people. He is fully committed to issues of human rights, actively advocating and advancing policies of fully-inclusive equality on behalf of women’s rights, diversity and inclusion for all people, and open and accessible access to education, housing, and government. He is a vocal advocate for social justice and progressive issues, and a voice in the movements for GLBT and marriage equality, for women’s reproductive and educational freedoms, for the reintegration into society’s fabric for ex-offenders, and for the protection of workers’ safety and right to organize. He has presented at TEDx Marion Correctional, and was a recipient of the inaugural Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections Impact Award in 2013.

Michael holds a master’s degree in chemistry from Washington University in St Louis, and a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and Spanish from Franklin College of Indiana.

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