Daniel P. Sheahan

Development Researcher

Sacramento

Daniel Sheahan joined Pacific Legal Foundation in December 2016. His role is to research fundraising opportunities for the development department. When Daniel was 12 years old, he read John Stossel’s book, Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity, which first introduced him to the philosophy of classical liberalism. Since then, Daniel’s goal has been to promote the message of liberty in any way he can. Working at Pacific Legal Foundation is an ideal way to help that cause.

Prior to working at PLF, Daniel worked in film production, producing and editing video content for companies like WD-40 and BMW Motorcycles. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from John Paul the Great Catholic University, and also participated in the Charles Koch Institute’s KIP program in summer 2017.

When Daniel isn’t researching at work, he’s researching at home. If only that was a joke. Daniel has a borderline obsessive desire to find any and all available information so he can think he’s better than you. That’s why you’ve never heard of his favorite music or movies, and why he’s always arguing with you about politics. You will not beat him at fantasy football, because he found better statistics than you so he already made the better choice. It’s ok though. When you lose, maybe he won’t rub it in your face.

Daniel Sheahan joined Pacific Legal Foundation in December 2016. His role is to research fundraising opportunities for the development department. When Daniel was 12 years old, he read John Stossel’s book, Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity, which first introduced him to the philosophy of classical liberalism. Since then, Daniel’s goal has been to promote the message of liberty in any way he can. Working at Pacific Legal Foundation is an ideal way to help that cause.

Prior to working at PLF, Daniel worked in film production, producing and editing video content for companies like WD-40 and BMW Motorcycles. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from John Paul the Great Catholic University, and also participated in the Charles Koch Institute’s KIP program in summer 2017.

When Daniel isn’t researching at work, he’s researching at home. If only that was a joke. Daniel has a borderline obsessive desire to find any and all available information so he can think he’s better than you. That’s why you’ve never heard of his favorite music or movies, and why he’s always arguing with you about politics. You will not beat him at fantasy football, because he found better statistics than you so he already made the better choice. It’s ok though. When you lose, maybe he won’t rub it in your face.

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