Daniel Mac is a Financial Advisor at SF Fire Credit Union
He specializes in land use, environmental, and natural resources law and provides clients with assistance for complex regulatory matters in California, such as environmental enforcement actions.
Dan is an avid builder and tinkerer who thrives on breaking down source code and designing hardware. He leverages his engineering background in his practice and excels at working on technical topics while engaging clients who are engineers.
Early Life and Education
Daniel was raised in California to recognize and appreciate the significance of community. Through sports such as basketball and football, he built strong bonds with his classmates.
He attended a Quaker boarding school where he learned teamwork and perseverance when faced with hardship, before enrolling at San Francisco State and joining Gamma Phi Delta fraternity.
He then earned a BA in English Literature, an EdM in Reading and Language Arts, and finally his PhD. His research interests lie within early childhood education, international education, narrative inquiry/memoir writing as well as publishing several books related to these areas of research. Currently teaching at San Francisco State University as well as being a professional musician/composer he enjoys both composing music for performance purposes as well as serving his local community by being active with various musical organizations in California.
Daniel at SF Fire Credit Union specializes in helping individuals and families to meet their financial goals by offering expert financial advice tailored to each person’s unique circumstances and crafting personalized plans specifically for each one of his clients. Furthermore, Daniel speaks Spanish fluently.
Daniel Franzese is best-known for his portrayal of Damian in Tina Fey’s Mean Girls and has also been an outspoken supporter of body positivity and gay rights activism, advocating against HIV/AIDS, homeless queer youth shelters and conversion therapy practices.
He has performed in Les mamelles de Tiresias as Presto; Heart of Darkness North American premiere as Thames Captain; and Ariadne auf Naxos as Marullo.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel Cubicciotti Student Award recognizes undergraduate students in Northern California who demonstrate excellence. The winner receives an etched metal plaque and $2,000 prize; honorable mentions receive framed certificates.
Daniel participated in multiple design studios at USF as an integral team member and academic research assistant on numerous projects, designing a toy store on New York City High Line, an innovative museum of technology, and an eco-friendly tropical residence with passive ventilation.
Daniel currently works at WRNS Studio in San Francisco as an associate, where he has been instrumental in setting new cultural and professional goals for the firm, while simultaneously expanding alumni network growth. Daniel also serves as a mentor with Justice Funders Harmony Initiative which seeks to cultivate more inclusive philanthropic leaders.
Daniel has long used yoga, meditation and acting as ways to connect with others. Additionally, he has found great success as an entrepreneur, an advocate for equity-centered philanthropy, and as a volunteer with Zen hospice.
Daniel was encouraged by Action’s leadership to assume greater responsibilities at 2177 Third, giving him exposure to various high-rise management processes and expanding his professional connections within the industry.
Daniel currently resides in San Francisco with his wife and two sons. When not working, Daniel enjoys walking his dog Luka and taking high-intensity interval training classes at his favorite studio. Additionally, in his free time Daniel enjoys reading and watching sports – in addition to supporting local arts and youth ministry organizations through donations made from his earnings.
Daniel Mac has amassed an estimated net worth of over $1.5 million, most of it earned through videos posted to TikTok and other social media platforms. With such an avid following and interest in his lifestyle being so great, many are curious as to where all this money comes from.
At Newmark, he serves as managing director, helping clients buy and sell commercial real estate – having completed over $3.5 billion worth of office sales transactions alone in San Francisco alone!
He possesses an in-depth knowledge of the city’s economic drivers, enabling him to assist businesses with their investments. Furthermore, he supports organizations dedicated to education, employment and housing – his philanthropy having positively changed many lives locally.