Daniel Quainoo is currently enrolled in the Osgoode-Schulich Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration Program at York University. He has an honours bachelor of arts in applied economics from Queen’s University.
Before undertaking his law degree, Daniel worked as a research analyst for the Institute for Competitiveness and Prosperity. During his undergraduate years, he received the Queen’s University Undergraduate Student Summer Research Fellowship. As a research fellow, Daniel investigated access to healthcare in Ontario using econometric modelling. During his undergrad, Daniel also served as the president of the Queen’s Chapter of the West Africa AIDS Foundation and the Queen’s Black Academic Society. He also volunteered as a community educator with Queen’s Health Outreach.
Born in Ghana and raised in Brampton, Ontario, Daniel brings a global perspective to all of his work. He currently resides in Vaughan.