Senior Director of Corporate Engagement, JP Morgan Chase
Daniel Horgan is the Senior Director of Corporate Engagement for MENTOR. In this role, he is responsible for building and managing corporate partnerships that help close the youth mentoring gap in America while meeting business goals.
A volunteer role with a YMCA summer camp at the age of 12 sparked Danielâ€™s passion for service.Â At the age of 18, Daniel pioneered the first youth-led Community of Promise in Pittsburgh under Retired General Colin Powellâ€™s national Americaâ€™s Promise movement, landing him a seat on the national board of directors and recognition from President George W. Bush.
Daniel has over 18 years of experience working in the business and nonprofit sectors having served as the Executive Director at generationOn, the Vice President of Development at The Heart of America Foundation, the Senior Director of Community Affairs at Capital One, the Youth Program Officer at the Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board, and the Executive Director of Pittsburgh Cares.
Daniel has extensive experience training, consulting and coaching in the areas of leadership, management, organizational development and public/private partnerships.Â He has worked with Fortune 500 companies (Intel, Deloitte, JPMorgan Chase, AT&T, Bank of America), national and local nonprofit organizations (Communities In Schools, Coro, DonorsChoose.org, Team Kids, Mentoring Partnership of SWPA, Youth Philanthropy Connect), school districts (Fairfax County Public Schools, NYC Department of Education) and government agencies (NYPD, NYC Service, NYC City Council, City of Pittsburgh).
Daniel is the author of Tell Me I Canâ€™tâ€¦and I Will and the producer/host of the Community Voices of Change podcast (https://soundcloud.com/communityvoicesofchange). Â He resides in New York City.