Daniel Pulse | Daniel is a finance and strategy consultant with a focus on helping small businesses and non-profits improve organizational performance and make informed, data-driven business decisions. Daniel has an MBA from the Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise at Florida Southern College, and is an experienced leader with a background in both finance and business development. He launched and later dissolved a non-profit named PlayUp, and now serves as Co-Director of Community Engagement for Minds Matter Seattle. Both organizations provide mentorship and supplemental education for at-risk youth. He is also an active member with several business associations in the greater Seattle area, and is on the selection committee for the GSBA Annual Scholarship Fund. Daniel is a former collegiate soccer player, and is the former Head Varsity Coach and Program Director for the Ballard High School Girls Soccer Program.
Why Net Impact? | Daniel is an eternal optimist who believes there is no limit to humanity’s collective potential. He believes that together we can combat some of the greatest challenges we face today. Net Impact brings people together to share information, strategies, and resources that can be used to address social inequality, educational reform, cyclical poverty, sustainability and environmental issues, and a myriad of other issues that are better tackled as a team.
What He Loves About Seattle | Daniel lives in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle and loves being in the heart of the city. He feels that Seattle is a special combination of access to outdoor adventures both in the mountains and on the water; world class art, music, food, sports, and more; and a population that, as a whole, cares about causes and having a positive impact in their communities, for humanity, and for the world.