Originally from Turin, Italy, but with proud Filipino heritage, Paolo Daniele has international travel and education as part of his DNA. Paolo currently serves as NAFSA's Consular Affairs Liaison with the Consulate of Italy in San Francisco, as a Trainer Corps member with experience co-leading Non-Resident Alien Tax, F-1 and J-1 workshops, and as the Advocacy Representative for Region 1. He is currently focusing his presentation topics on internships abroad, and regularly provides advice on jumpstarting socially integrative non-degree and internship programs in the U.S.
At the University of Oregon, he works as Director of Professional Development and Career Preparation for the Division of Graduate Studies. Previously, he managed Fulbright, exchange, visiting, short-term programs and inbound internships, while serving as an international student advisor. Prior to his green life in Oregon, Paolo enjoyed working at UCLA's Graduate Division and then as program manager for UCSF's innovative QB3 Institute. He earned an MPA focused on international education from CSULB, and BA degrees in Political Science and Italian/French Lit. Special Fields from UCLA. As a JET Programme alumnus, he enjoys promoting socio-cultural and relational programming efforts with Japan.