Daniel holds a degree in Philology and Foreign Languages, and is currently pursuing a Master in Multilingual Communications and Literature Studies in Europe. During an entrepreneurship program in Germany he co-founded Lingglo.com, a social enterprise with a business model that promotes language and cultural exchange among students from latin america with other around the world. This aims to combat the social and academic inequality in developing countries, in which the foreign language learning is a privilege that excludes the students of families of low income.

He introduces Lingglo as a platform that universities and schools in developed countries, especially those specialized in foreign language learning and teaching, use it for language training, internship and language exchange. They can also use this platform as a tool to learn and practice spanish and also for activities of volunteering.