Daniel Michael has over 24 years of management experience and is passionate about building services that benefit society. His focus is working with dedicated teams of board members and staff who are open to social enterprises, creating innovative revenue streams, team building and strategic planning. He founded and directed Hire-Ability, a program of RAMS, a non-profit in San Francisco and created businesses such as Café Phoenix that train people with disabilities while providing a revenue stream for the organization. After 13 years at RAMS, he went on to do workforce development consulting, co-chaired Bay Area Employment Coalition (BACED) and assisted nonprofits in their startup phase. Currently, Daniel is the board president of the Friends of the Sharon Art Studio, consults for Bio-Link, (a National Advanced Technology Education Center of Excellence focused on Biotechnology and Life Sciences) and runs the Bio-Link Depot, a nonprofit that accepts donations from the biotech industry and dispenses them free to science teachers, educators and researchers.

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