Dr. Daniel Ibarrondo commenced his academic studies at Fordham University (1979-1983) where he majored in Political Science. During his tenure at Fordham he interned with the United Nations Economic and Social Council, and with the Latin American Association for Human Rights sponsored coordinated by The Washington Center.
He obtained a Juris Doctor degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law (1986-1989). While studying law, he interned with in the Immigration Law Clinic providing pro bono immigration services in the City of Buffalo and also served as Editor-in-Chief of The Opinion, the law school’s newspaper.
Upon graduation, the law school faculty awarded him with the Dale S. Margulies Award for Leadership in the Law School and Community and its Legal Methods Award. He was honored with a Journalism Award conferred by the American Bar Association.
He served as Director of the Community Organization Legal Assistance Project (COLA), a community program created by the National Council of Black Lawyer (NCBL) to provide legal assistance to community-based organizations in Harlem. In the private practice of law, he respectively served as a Law Associate with the firms of Jeff L. Greenup & Associates, DelValle & Zayas, and Richard R. Zayas & Associates in litigation, corporations, personal injury, labor law, family, and civil practice areas.
With a desire to fully engage in teaching and higher education administration, he served as Associate Dean of Extension Centers at Mercy College where he was responsible for six extension center partnerships developed between Mercy College and the New York City Board of Education. He subsequently served as Director of Professional Studies at Pratt Institute in New York City, Special Assistant to the Chancellor for International and External Affairs at the University of Puerto Rico, Executive Director of Institutional Development and Sponsored Programs at the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico, and Director of Corporations, Foundations, and Government at Southeastern University located in Florida. Additionally, he served as an Instructional designer at Mountain View College in Dallas, Texas, and Associate Dean of Online Learning at Quincy College in Quincy, Massachusetts. His teaching experience includes Brooklyn College, Mercy College, Dowling College, Inter American University of Puerto Rico, University of Puerto Rico, Southeastern University, and Quincy College. Dr. Ibarrondo is the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions in the fields of education, law and business. Currently, he is the Associate Dean of Online Programming at Cambridge College.
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The Global Presence
Vice President of The global presence
Dr. Daniel Ibarrondo is Vice President of The Global Presence and a Boston Ambassador. The Global Presence is an international organization which focuses on three Life Skills essentials:
Illuminating the role of Life Skills in individuals and the communities they construct thriving.
Unifying and supporting Life Skills Educators.
Promoting a more proactive Life Skills educational process for all persons.