Dan is a fisheries biologist with over 10 years professional experience working throughout California and the Pacific Northwest. He works with clients across public, private and non-profit sectors to help evaluate biological resources, manage species, restore habitat, and navigate challenging regulatory settings. Dan’s experience ranges from individual species studies to the valuation and quantification of habitat for mitigation. He is a peer reviewed author and has presented at national and international fisheries conferences. Having worked at the intersection of science, policy, and regulation for over a decade, he has a thorough understanding of how to communicate complex technical issues to a diverse audience of stakeholders. Dan earned his master’s degree in physiology and behavioral biology at San Francisco State University and bachelors of science from the University of California, Berkeley.
For CIM, Dan serves as a technical advisor who strives to advance water and fisheries conservation investment opportunities as a tool to leverage measurable environmental outcomes and competitive financial returns. Dan helps landowners and investors understand the value of natural resources on a property, and looks to connect that valuation with the environmental markets.