Daniel Socha is a Global Communication master’s student at Kent State University and a recipient of the Pulitzer Center Campus Consortium Student Fellowship. His academic research investigates refugee resettlement practices and the intersection of sexuality and transnational identities. Prior to entering the master’s program, Daniel worked as a resident director for a study abroad program in Marrakesh, Morocco. Additionally, Daniel served in AmeriCorps as an English teacher and Cultural Orientation coordinator at a refugee resettlement agency in Cleveland, Ohio.
As an aspiring communication scholar, Daniel brings his passions for research and storytelling together in freelance journalism. Through his research and storytelling, Daniel seeks to give voice to individuals’ lived experiences and uncover stories that would otherwise remain untold. In the future, Daniel aspires to pursue a PhD and continue to write stories.