Director, Advisory - Custom Impact and Consulting
Daniel is a director within the Customer Impact and Consulting group at PwC. He joined PwC during the Diamond acquisition and received his MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. He recently completed a global mobility assignment with the Argentinian firm of the PricewaterhouseCoopers global network, focusing on client work and growing the Advisory business.
Q: How was the transition to PwC from Diamond?
A: I graduated in 2008 and actually completed my summer internship at Diamond. From the beginning, PwC made us all feel welcome. They did everything from introducing us to the PwC culture to sharing the intellectual capital that we could use at our client sites on a day-to-day basis; it was a great experience. I love sharing that story whenever I have the chance to go back and talk to students getting ready to launch their career.
Q: What prompted you to choose Argentina as the location for your global mobility assignment?
A: When you have a network of firms in many countries like PricewaterhouseCoopers does, the world is at your fingertips! I wanted to improve my technical Spanish and be in an environment and culture that I found extremely interesting. I also wanted to pick a PwC firm that has a strong Advisory network and presence. It has been a fantastic experience!
Q: What’s involved in being the lead for the Network for Latino Professionals?
A: When I came onboard at PwC, I joined the Chicago Network for Latino Professionals where I witnessed firsthand how seriously PwC takes the topic of Diversity.
Helping to lead this organization involves collaboration with other affinity groups, developing initiatives that excite our membership and ultimately working to achieve PwC´s Diversity objectives. From establishing solid connections with our alumni, to hosting Spanish language practice sessions, to organizing community service events, it's a great organization to be a part of, let alone help lead.
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