Daniel serves in the Professional Standards Group of Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP where he participates in leading and equipping the firm's assurance services practice by assisting with identifying priorities and developing implementation plans for strategic initiatives of the assurance practice. He is also a technical resource for the firm on research and consultation matters involving accounting and auditing issues, reviews IFRS and U.S. GAAP reports, provides guidance to the assurance practice in the application of new pronouncements, and leads several of the firm's assurance services learning programs. Prior to joining the Professional Standards Group, he gained experience in the firm's High Point office in several industries including manufacturing and distribution, furniture, service organizations, and with various other internationally and closely held clients. Daniel is actively involved in the international practice of the firm by assisting teams in identifying resources and developing relationships with Praxity members throughout the world. Daniel's international experience includes involvement with the first-time implementation of IFRS for US subsidiaries of foreign-owned companies as well as participation in a short-term secondment in Australia which included participation in audit and corporate finance engagements. As a result of participating in a secondment, Daniel was instrumental in starting the firm's formalized secondment program. Daniel has developed and taught numerous seminars and courses related to U.S. GAAP, IFRS, and U.S. GAAS for Dixon Hughes Goodman and other organizations. He is active in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, including serving as a previous member of the PCPS Technical Issues Committee and current member of the NAAATS Conference Planning Committee.