Daniel Condon is an education activist and currently serves as the Associate Director of Professional Development at the Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center, a Corporate Social Responsibility initiative of the American Honda Education Corporation, a nonprofit subsidiary of the American Honda Motor Company.
As the Founding Director of Public Allies in Colorado (holding the same position Michelle Obama held in Chicago), he prepared a new generation of innovative educators. He was selected as one of twenty young visionaries of 1996 by Who Cares Magazine, was named one of forty under 40 by the Boulder County Business Report in 2010, received the inaugural CES Small Schools ‘Commitment to Equity’ award and received the 2010 Governor’s Commission on Community Service “Still Getting Things Done” award.
He serves as a faculty member with Public Allies, Inc.’s Leadership Practice in collaboration with Northwestern University’s Asset Based Community Development Institute. He is a faculty member for the National Truancy Intervention & Prevention Center through the National Center for School Engagement. He serves as a Leader with Opportunity Nation.
Dan's writing have been published in in NASSP’s Leadership Magazine, Snapshots:The Specialist Schools Trust Journal of Innovation in Education, Horace: Innovation in Education & Edutopia. He has authored several chapters including A Schoolwide Model for Student Voice in Curriculum Development and Teacher Preparation & in the NSSE Yearbook titled, Engaging Youth in Schools: Empirically-Based Models to Guide Future Innovations.
He is a Critical Friends Group Coach through the National School Reform Faculty. He also serves as a grant reviewer for the Department of Education and the Corporation for National & Community Service.
He served as the co-chair of the Philanthropy & Social Committee on the board of Boulder’s 2140. He volunteers for eTown, The Boulder Stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, Boulder B-Cycle & Outdoor Mindset. He resides in Boulder, Colorado.