Daniel Capper

Daniel's value proposition is equipping others with personal and educational tools that allow them to excel in multiple areas of their lives, connect with people who can support their journey and motivate individuals to believe in and value themselves.

Daniel Capper heads the Careers Service at the University of Queensland. He is the State President (QLD) and Institutional Representative for UQ (since 2007) with NAGCAS - National Association of Graduate Career Advisory Services. He is also the Institutional Representative for AAGE - Australian Association of Graduate Employers (since 2007).

The crux of these roles is encouraging and communicating the message that shared lifelong personal and professional development can produce profound benefits to yourself and the community.

Daniel is an accredited careers practitioner holding Master degrees in Business, Arts and Applied Economics as well as a Bachelor of Science. He is internationally trained in coaching and mentoring and uses his skills to assist a number of Charity organisations develop their visions and implement efficient processes. This interest has led to board positions with the Palliative Care Committee at the Wesley Hospital in Brisbane and with the Youth Empowerment Services (YES) foundation.