Daniel Carroll is a focused and experienced professional with a passion for managing budgets and delivering projects. With a degree in communication, journalism, and media from Griffith University, he has gained years of experience in creative strategic and business planning, project management, community engagement, program development, marketing and publicity, artist/band management and booking, grant writing, writing/content development, and songwriting.
Daniel has worked for senior arts and culture units, served as a Peer Assessor at Arts Queensland, and was a songwriter and musician at Self-Employed. With a keen interest in the music, performing arts, and creative industries, he maintains a vast contact list within these fields. While his extensive experience in stakeholder engagement, partnership development, creative development and local government navigation, arts funding consultation, and policy development makes him an articulate communicator at all levels with a keen awareness of the local political and cultural environment. He also holds a ten-year history of employment in front-line customer service environments within the arts industry.
Overall, Daniel's extensive background and varied experience make him an industry expert with well-developed verbal and written communication skills, excellent in managing budgets and projects, and a mentor to other creative practitioners.