As a Third Culture Kid, Daniel Rahmann discusses what it’s like to grow up in Singapore, attend United World College, an international school embracing a melting pot of cultures, and the challenges when moving to a completely different environment. While Daniel was pursuing his degree in International Relations and Marketing at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, he also took the opportunity to live abroad in Paris for a year while working part-time as a marketing intern in the travel division of France Loisirs.
Daniel first gained experience in event management while working at Aid for AIDS, an LA-based non-profit organization that ran various fundraisers with celebrity initiatives and F&B partnerships.
His interests in the non-profit world led him to Africa, where he spent a summer volunteering as a secondary school teacher in Kigali, Rwanda, teaching Business Entrepreneurship in French and English.
After graduating, Daniel moved to New York and started as a Client Services coordinator at the art auction house Philips de Pury.
He is now the Fashion PR Director of LuxCartel, a 360-degree fashion incubator he joined in 2012 which helps emerging luxury brands jumpstart their businesses with distribution, communications, creative consulting and production.
A lifelong advocate for experiencing all that life offers, he encourages us all to:
Always keep learning and never say never!