Daniel Schaefer is the chief technology officer of the Clinton Foundation. He has worked for the Foundation since 2008 and previously led IT efforts for the Clinton Global Initiative, specifically. In his current role, Daniel is responsible for developing an overall technology vision for the organization and leading its implementation. His focus lies in increasing overall organizational efficiency, enhancing information security, and amplifying the impact of the Foundation’s work. Daniel brings over ten years of experience in IT crossing multiple sectors, from education and advertising to his current, nonprofit work. He is actively involved in the community, providing pro bono IT services to education reform organizations such as Success Academy Charter Schools and Blue Engine. He holds a bachelor's in philosophy from the University of Minnesota.