Daniel Tam-Claiborne is a multiracial author, nonprofit leader, and social impact consultant. Fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Daniel serves as Co-Executive Director of The Serica Initiative, which convenes a global community of changemakers to advance positive social impact between the U.S., China, and the world. He has spent over five years living and working in Greater China and is an outspoken advocate for Asian American issues and increased global understanding through education, cultural exchange, storytelling, and effective philanthropy. Daniel has worked with nonprofits, social enterprises, foundations, and corporations on projects aimed at reducing poverty, enhancing equity, and promoting sustainable development in emerging economies across Asia, Africa, and the Americas. He is knowledgeable on a wide range of public policy issues and is passionate about using data-driven research and analysis to strategize and implement solutions to improve development outcomes for people around the world. He holds degrees from Oberlin College, Yale University, and the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College, and is currently completing a novel set against the backdrop of contemporary U.S.-China relations.