Staff Bio: Daniel Moberg
Born and raised just outside Los Angeles, Daniel is the Assistant Director of the Creating Change Conference, an annual event produced by the National LGBTQ Task Force.
As a program of the Task Force, Creating Change is the nation’s foremost political, activist, and organizing conference for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied movement. Since its founding in 1988, the conference has grown to host nearly 3,500 attendees each year. In every city where Creating Change convenes, participants gather for skills training, strategy discussions, information sharing, and networking — all to strengthen the grassroots power of the LGBTQ movement.
In 2010, Daniel got his start in advocacy after earning an undergraduate degree in Psychology at California State University, Fullerton.
Since then, for nearly a decade, he has had the privilege of working to help win equity and justice for LGBTQ people and communities. From the fight to help win equal marriage rights, to ensuring LGBTQ people remain free from discrimination in public accommodations, to working on various leadership development projects and social events, he has been afforded a breadth of personal and professional experience.
As a biracial person of color, and as a cisgender gay man who lives with a physical disability, Daniel’s life, attitudes, and work are informed by the intersections of social identity.
Daniel has now made a home in Washington, DC, for almost five years. When he is not at work, you can find him relaxing on the couch, or enjoying a new book, or movie, or funny internet meme. He loves ice cream, as well as spending time with his partner and friends.