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Daniel Turner

Research Manager
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Daniel Turner is the research manager for the programs team at the Philanthropy Roundtable and has been with the organization since December 2020. Prior to joining the Roundtable, Daniel served as a research analyst at the American Legislative Exchange Council and Stand Together Trust. At ALEC, he engaged in research and coalition building in the areas of campus free speech, academic freedom and donor privacy. At Stand Together Trust, he handled the Foundation’s K-12 and workforce portfolio, analyzing the landscape in relation to K-12 policy and identifying potential grant opportunities.

In Daniel’s current role, he conducts research and handles research and knowledge management for the Programs team. This research helps meet the needs of Roundtable donors looking for advice and support in making well-informed investment philanthropic decisions in line with the Roundtable’s giving principles, the donor’s intent and their shared values.

Daniel holds a Bachelor of Arts in government with an emphasis on public policy from Patrick Henry College and Master of Arts in politics from Hillsdale College’s Van Andel Graduate School of Statesmanship.

Authored by Daniel Turner

    • November 1, 2023

    Legal Insurrection Foundation Fights for Free Speech and Equality

    • September 15, 2023

    Civics Education Programs Making a Difference This Constitution Day

    • February 17, 2023

    Nonprofits Transforming Civics Education Worth Celebrating on Presidents Day

    • November 10, 2022

    Wisconsin Veterans Network: Bringing Critical Services to At-Risk Veterans

    • October 27, 2022

    In New Book, Ramaswamy Explains How America Became a Nation of Victims and Charts a Path Back to Excellence

    • August 25, 2022

    From the Experts: Five Holistic Approaches to Embracing Diversity

    • June 30, 2021

    The Pathway to Civility: Making Perceptions Match Reality

    • May 10, 2021

    Holding Officials Accountable for Violating Constitutional Rights