Daniel Sturm
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Daniel Sturm is a senior researcher, writer, and monitoring, evaluation and learning professional. With expertise in business development, grants management, research, writing and training, Mr. Sturm has contributed to empowering marginalized populations and raising organizational excellence. People skills, writing and research savviness make him an asset to any organization attempting to raise its profile and increase program effectiveness. Mr. Sturm has overseen federal, private and nonprofit programs, with first-rate international supervisory experience in the U.S. and in Germany. He is a member of the Urban Institute’s Measure4Change Advisory Council.


Daniel Sturm is the Maryland Food Bank’s Vice President for Learning, Measurement and Evaluation. He passionately believes in peer-to-peer learning and resource sharing. Having worked for 10+ years as a researcher in humanitarian refugee programs (LIRS, USCCB, IOCC), employment services, housing, and hunger relief (United Way of Central Maryland, MFB), Daniel values analytical work that leads to promising practices, when clear policy fixes are not always in sight.  In his role as  Research and Evaluation Manager atThe United States Conference of Catholic Bishops , Daniel managed the internationally-recognized community volunteer initiative, Parishes Organized to Welcome Refugees (POWR) . He served as a National Consulant for the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement at Luthern Immigration and Refugee Services ( RefugeeWorks , later rebranded "Higher Advantage"). Daniel Stum is a published author who has worked as a full-time reporter in the U.S. and in Germany. He holds a master’s degree in Literature and Anthropology from the University of Tübingen.

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