Daniel Owens is a Partner at The Learning Accelerator. He has a wealth of experience in education, philanthropy, and business strategy. His work at TLA focuses on identifying, capturing, and sharing promising Blended and Personalized Learning practices from across the country. Daniel previously spent most of his time focusing how helping districts purchase EdTech devices better, faster, and cheaper, and currently sits on the board of the Technology for Education Consortium.
Daniel participated in Teach for America, where he taught underprivileged sixth graders math and science in south central Los Angeles. He joined TLA from J.P. Morgan, where he was an analyst in the Private Bank and focused on strategy and resource allocation. Daniel has served on young leadership boards for both his alma mater (William & Mary) and an education non-profit organization (Summer Search). He has an undergraduate degree in finance from William & Mary and a M.Ed. from Loyola Marymount University.
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