The Life of Daniel Concepcion
Daniel Concepcion brings over 10 years of experience in corporate development, finance, and strategy consulting to V2E Group Inc. where he began as an intern analyst strategy consulting.
Concepcion, Burgos and Duprey-Conde all played minor league baseball for Royals, Padres and Giants organizations respectively – Dkt 35 at 12-14.
Early Life and Education
Concepcion took steps during his first term to increase UP’s research capacity and reform its General Education (GE) program, and also pledged to foster its role in identifying and responding to social challenges.
However, he encountered various inefficiencies during his term as president of ACE-UP including salary delays and administration failing to address an increase in contractual workers due to slow bureaucracy processes delaying regularization and new plantilla items being approved for processing. According to ACE-UP reports that contract worker numbers at the university increased during this period as regularization requests and new plantilla items processing were deferred despite efforts from his administration to do so.
After 3 years of absence from YouTube, Dani returned in 2018. Since then he has been uploading CS:GO videos, edits, and game development videos onto his channel Dani. Milk and Unity remain his two favourite topics; so much so that he even named his VR headset after them!
Concepcion was an exemplary fielder. In his entire career, he made only two errors at shortstop and contributed an important one-bounce throw that helped Johnny Bench set a major league record for most consecutive double plays. Furthermore, Concepcion perfected an ingenious slide play technique which allowed him to avoid injury while still remaining outs.
As head coach of Western Carolina Women’s Volleyball team, he has led his squad to three Southern Conference championships in nine seasons as the Purple Aces coach. Additionally, he has gained international coaching experience by coaching semi-pro team Vega Baja of Puerto Rico Summer League.
Minor leaguers such as Aldemar Burgos and Sidney Duprey-Conde have claimed that Major League Baseball and its teams conspired to limit their pay through uniform player contracts, according to US District Court Judge Michael McGiverin’s ruling this week in US District Court Judge Michael McGiverin’s court of federal district in San Francisco. Judge McGiverin dismissed both their antitrust claims due to time limitations as well as Fair Labor Standards Act claims as they were never brought before federal court.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel Concepcion was a loving and devoted father and husband to Merlyn and mother Rosita de los Santos, as well as being an attentive son, brother, uncle, nephew, and cousin for his extended family. He will be sorely missed. Rest in peace hijo mine!
At UP, he led his institution through the difficult time presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. As president, he established an emergency response team, converted classrooms into isolation facilities and directed fabrication labs to produce medical equipment and PPE for frontline personnel.
Concepcion was known for his strong work ethic and commitment to baseball during his professional baseball career, having played with Kansas City Royals, San Diego Padres and San Francisco Giants organizations.
Daniel Concepcion brings years of professional experience in corporate development, finance, and strategy consulting to his baseball career. Beginning his professional journey as an intern for V2E Group Inc. before being selected as an MBA Prep & Professional Development Fellow by Management Leadership for Tomorrow.
Concepcion has also competed in the minor leagues for Idaho Falls Chukars, Burlington Royals and Lexington Legends; his career record includes 7 wins and 10 losses with an ERA of 6.09.
Concepcion filed a class action lawsuit in March 2019 against Major League Baseball and its current and former commissioners Robert D. Manfred and Allan Huber “Bud” Selig (collectively known as “Defendants”). Document 35 is part of this claim process.
Danilo Concepcion is one of the wealthiest academics worldwide with an estimated net worth between $1-5 Million.
Concepcion is a Filipino lawyer, professor and university administrator currently serving as 21st President of the University of the Philippines. Additionally, he is known for writing several books on legal ethics and civil law as he graduated with honors from UP Diliman before later earning a law degree at Ateneo de Manila University.
Concepcion maintains an active social media presence, regularly updating his life on his Facebook page and making frequent posts about himself and the latest happenings in his life. He is known for advocating legal rights and social responsibility in education; Concepcion belongs to various legal organizations and has received various awards – serving as president of Kabataang Barangay Federation from Metro Manila from 1976-78 as well.