Daniel Morris is an established senior leader in the charity sector with over 15 years’ experience of delivering services to children and young people.
Starting his career in youth work, Daniel has always been driven by a passion to amplify the experiences of children and young people. In particular supporting and advocating for underrepresented young people living in deprived communities. As a reputable leader in the field, Daniel is a Clore fellow in youth leadership in the charity sector. Previously, Daniel established a renowned Pan-London Harmful Sexual Behaviour programme, including a young mens’ service. Daniel’s current portfolio includes supporting service design for a national charity across several programmes of work; this includes homicide, domestic abuse and peer support services. Daniel is extremely passionate about race equality, which is evident in all aspects of his practice and research.
Daniel is a Trustee at Khulisa and holds an Msc in Gender, Sexuality & Society