Daniel Grube (Communications Director) is a Consultant in FTI Consulting’s Global Risk and Investigations Practice, based in Los Angeles, California. Daniel works primarily on complex, multi-jurisdictional due diligence investigations and business intelligence work for both public- and private-sector clients. Daniel’s work is aimed primarily at helping clients mitigate legal and operational risks and to navigate different commercial environments.
Daniel joins FTI after working as a public sector consultant in health care in Washington D.C. with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Daniel worked to conduct health care market assessments across the U.S. to formulate and implement a national health care realignment strategy under the Choice and MISSION Acts. As a result of this work, Daniel has experience working with policy implementation at the federal level, as well as political strategy and communications consulting.
Prior to his work in Washington D.C., Daniel gained political and security consulting experience with Control Risks and their Americas Graduate Internship program. Through this program, Daniel contributed political and security analysis on the oil & gas sector in Latin and South America for a variety of U.S. clients. Daniel also gained research experience at Center for American Progress, a national security and policy think tank in Washington D.C., and at the Constitute Project, a technical project on constitutional writing based at the University of Texas at Austin in conjunction with Google’s in-house think tank.
Daniel has an academic focus on the Middle East and North Africa, Arabic- and French-language research, and international economics. Daniel has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Plan II, an interdisciplinary liberal arts honors program, and Government with a specialization in Arabic-language and Middle Eastern studies. Daniel also graduated with highest merit from a dual master’s degree program through which he received a master of arts in international security from L’Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po – Paris) and a master of science degree in international political economy from the London School of Economics. Daniel was awarded the model undergraduate researcher award for the college of liberal arts for his work studying bias in U.S. congressional speeches on the Middle East.