Daniel Tran | Advisor, Cabinet of the mayor and executive committee at City of Montreal Published in 2022 Daniel Tran (he/him) works as a political advisor in economic development, at the cabinet of the mayor and the executive committee for the city of Montreal. His previous work experiences were in various sectors, including healthcare, advisory services and management. During the COVID-19 pandemic, led an interdisciplinary team of healthcare providers and managed various mass vaccination sites. Daniel holds a bachelor degree in rehabilitation sciences and master’s degree in occupational therapy from McGill University. He also has an MBA from Laval University. Involved in his community, Daniel was on the management committee of the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Montreal. He has also served on several boards of directors, including the Jeune Conseil de Montréal and Force Jeunesse and was Chairman of the Board of the Quebec AIDS Foundation. Why Equitas? I was interested right away in Equitas’ mission and the global impact it has for equality, social justice and human dignity. I currently work as a political advisor but acquired throughout the years, a variety of skills in many sectors, including healthcare, advisory services, and management and also served in various boards of directors. With my abilities in governance, communication skills and partnerships management, including decision makers and private partners, I am convinced that I can be a great asset to the board team and would be able to contribute in a meaningful way to Equitas’ mission.