M.S., Nonprofit Management, Northeastern University (2017)
B.A., Political Science, Brooklyn College, City University of New York (2012)
A.A., Liberal Arts, Kirkwood Community College (1998)
Daniel Margolis joined Community Legal Aid in 2016 as Development Associate. He has worked with nonprofits, both in progam and development capacities, for more than 15 years. Most recently, he served as program director at the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, where he helped to build an after-school mentorship program for at-risk youth in the city of Brockton. Born and raised in Worcester, he spent just over a decade working in development at several social justice organizations in New York City. While in New York, Daniel also worked in fundraising and organizing capacities for several Congressional and local electoral campaigns. In addition, he has functioned as a writer and editor, including at Oxford University Press, where he assisted in editing the groundbreaking Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin American Biography, to which he also contributed. His writing was recognized by "Project Censored" for shining a light on the abuse of workers making Apple products in China.