Daniel Bronx made the journey from Co. Cork, Ireland in 1948 to work as a custodian at the Board of Education. Soon thereafter he joined Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 3 Bronx County and held their annual golf outing to raise thousands for Catholic schools nearby.
One month after an outrageous Bronx crash left an infant girl fighting for life, authorities arrested one of those involved and received a joyous welcome from her family.
Early Life and Education
Daniel was fortunate enough to grow up in a diverse environment where he was exposed to different cultures from an early age, which helped form him into a well-rounded individual. Daniel attended Bantry Vocational School in Cork, Ireland for vocational training before enrolling at CUNY School of Professional Studies evening program to further his education.
In 1969, he and his brother Philip broke into the draft board office in Catonsville, Maryland, to destroy its records, an action which inspired his one-act play The Trial of the Catonsville Nine that they wrote together and performed together.
Dr. Daniel Russo was recently named principal of New Lebanon School in Greenwich, Connecticut on July 1. He replaces Alexandra Michaelson who will move onto another head-of-school role in California. Dr. Russo is highly esteemed educator who understands how essential strong relationships with students are.
Daniel began his education career as a high school teacher and has held various roles within education since. These have included serving as program director at iMentor where he designed their national program model; also acting as dual enrollment program director for Hostos Community College in Bronx;
Daniel currently serves as deputy superintendent for New York City Department of Education District 11 in the Bronx. Under his leadership, this district established its inaugural International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme school.
As part of his work at school, he has advocated for greater community access to parks and green spaces. He volunteered his services in helping organize the first Boogie Up the Bronx River Ride 8 years ago, and continues to support local biking initiatives.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel has been actively involved in his community for the last decade. He has helped plan routes for events like Boogie Up Bronx River Ride to encourage healthy movement and time spent outdoors, while serving as an advocate for affordable housing and environmental justice.
Dan has served as State Director for Rhode Island Procurement Technical Assistance Center since 2012 and is widely praised for reviving and revitalizing their program, while also developing innovative procurement support strategies. Nationally recognized for his accomplishments in strengthening state purchasing practices and creating programs such as National Government Procurement Technical Assistance Center, his contributions have earned national acclaim.
Prior to joining District 11, Dan was principal at P.S. 294 Walton Avenue School in the Bronx and has helped transform one of the city’s historically challenging schools into an academically impressive institution with the highest standardized test scores in its district.
Daniel is an active member of his community, regularly speaking at Continuing Legal Education seminars and volunteering his services for pro bono cases and mentoring young lawyers. Additionally, he enjoys an exceptional reputation among clients as being responsive and forthcoming with all matters concerning them.
As World War I unfolded in Europe, Buckley joined the 69th New York Infantry (later 165th Regiment). On 1 June 1917 he volunteered and became a private in the 69th New York Infantry (later the 165th Regiment), serving in multiple campaigns like Rouge Bouquet and Argonne until his death on 17 October 1918.
Bronx People was created out of his house built by him; since his death a caregiving organisation has used this house.
Daniel Sunjata has earned an estimated net worth of around $3 Million through his acting work on Rescue Me and USA Network’s Graceland as well as All My Children as a regular player. Additionally, his net worth includes investments made at Merrill Lynch and Alliance Bernstein Investments as well as being employed at TD Wealth where his focus is to establish strong client relationships while helping his clients attain their financial goals. Daniel offers tax planning and estate planning to all his clients.