Daniel Hewes is a Boston-based Project Manager and Urban Planning Consultant with a passion for Environmental Advocacy and Community Engagement.
Daniel Hewes earned his Bachelor of Arts in Environmental and Urban Studies from Northeastern University. He then pursued a Master of Science in Urban Planning at Columbia University.
For Daniel Hewes, community engagement is a cornerstone of environmental advocacy. Following the natural disaster of Hurricane Katrina, Daniel Hewes worked with People’s Hurricane Relief to assist in efforts to rebuild affected areas along the Gulf Coast. In 2012, he also volunteered his time in the Greater San Francisco area as a Builder with Habitat for Humanity.
Daniel Hewes began his career in Urban Planning in 2010 as a Legislative Aide to Senator Thomas Kennedy of the Massachusetts State Senate. The following year, he gained additional experience working at the Green Roundtable as a Green Building Associate. The same year, he also worked as a Program Coordinator for the Boston Public Health Commission. In 2014, Daniel Hewes assisted in the successful development of a pedestrian and curb safety action plan while completing a Community Affairs Fellowship with Senator Daniel Squadron. From 2015 to 2016, he worked with Urban Upbound as the Community Engagement Coordinator to assist individuals with achieving financial stability and self-sufficiency.
Protecting and conserving the environment are not only professional goals for Daniel Hewes, but also personal passions. His work within the field has brought on an interest in Architectural Photography. Daniel Hewes has worked with various artists in and around the Boston area to document the growing trend of sustainability in urban architecture. He uses photography as an artistic way to document the eco-friendly approach to modern urban planning.
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