Daniel (Ph.D., FAICP, FASLA) is a founding principal of MIG. He has over 25 years of experience in urban planning and community design, specifically for downtowns, transit-oriented development, public transit, traffic, housing, economic development, land use and regional growth. He is nationally recognized as an expert and innovator in community participation, consensus building and facilitation. Daniel has worked in a wide range of communities, from Downtown Los Angeles and Downtown Denver to Anchorage and Washington, DC. Daniel received his Ph.D. in Environmental Planning from the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of several books including Meeting of the Minds, The Inclusive City and the upcoming Streets Reconsidered: Inclusive Design for the Public Realm.