Team Member Spotlight of the Month

We love to feature our team members for their quality of work and assets they bring to the Partnership. Check back each month for a new team member spotlight.

Charles Daniel

IT Manager

Charles Daniel

What is your role at the Partnership?

My role is to manage the Partnership technology and provide technology support to all staff. I am the Partnerships technology department all rolled up into one.

How long have you been at the Partnership?

I have been with the Partnership for 25 years.

What does your job entail?

My job entails providing technical support for computers, printers, network infrastructure, and anything else involving technology.

What do you like best about your job?

Solving technical problems and constant learning. The satisfaction that comes from diagnosing and solving complex technical issues can be very rewarding. The technology field is dynamic and ever-evolving, which means there are always new tools, systems, and technologies to learn.

What is one thing you would like for everyone to know about the Partnership?

I would like for everyone to know that the Partnership is a great place to work and the work they do is very special.

How do you define success?

Success can be defined in various ways, depending on the context and perspective. Broadly, it refers to the achievement of a set goal or the attainment of prosperity, status, or fame. However, the nuances of success can differ significantly based on individual values, societal norms, and specific objectives. Success for me was when I achieved my MSIS degree this past Fall semester.

What inspires you?

My family inspires me and I am inspired by the accomplishments of others.

What is one new thing you learned in the last month?

I learned how to plant a Fern.

What is one step that everyone can take to foster inclusiveness?

One step that everyone can take to foster inclusiveness is to practice active listening. This involves attentively listening to others, especially those from different backgrounds, cultures, or communities, with the intention of genuinely understanding their experiences and perspectives.