Daniel Mulieri was born in Pembroke Pines, Florida and raised in both Medellin,Colombia and Pembroke Pines FL. Daniel later attended St. Thomas University where he acquired a Bachelor’s Degree in Religious Studies with a Minor in Political Science. He always aspired to serve his community and accomplished just that in various organizations. One of his early public service was when he was appointed board member of the Broward County Homeless Advisory Board and assisted in Broward’s homeless population issues including housing clients and their transportation.He led efforts in several states, including in his community of Broward County Florida, to increase Hispanic Millennial's and Hispanics' participation in the political process. He is most active in being a voice for Hispanic Millennial's, Young Democrats, and Jewish Millennial's. Daniel has also had the privilege of being elected as a Delegate for the state of Florida at the Democratic National Convention during the 2016 Presidential Elections.
He continues his public service to the community since 2017 as a Community Outreach Representative for a Florida Member of Congress at the U.S. House of Representatives. In his current position he handles matters pertaining to Immigration and FEMA to name a few.
Daniel has been involved in the following organizations as part of his devotion to serve the community: Broward County Homeless Advisory Board - Board Member, Broward County Parks and Recreation Advisory Board - Vice Chairman, Broward Democratic Hispanic Caucus - President, Outreach Director, Plantation Democratic Club - Secretary Young Democrats of America Hispanic Caucus - Southeast U.S. Director, Young Democrats of America Jewish Caucus - National Political Director, and Broward Jewish Federation - Government Relations Committee Member