Daniel Chasen serves as Vice President of Workplace Policy for the HR Policy Association in Washington, D.C. In this role he leads the Association’s Future Workplace Policy Council, which since its founding in 2020 has guided HR Policy Association’s advocacy efforts on labor and employment, technology, and immigration issues, building on HR Policy’s longstanding emphasis on capturing and effectively deploying the employer view in policy debates. Daniel also heads HR Policy Association’s technology policy advocacy efforts, where he advocates for the Association before the executive branch and Congress. In 2012, Daniel served on the Romney Readiness Project’s Domestic Policy Group.
Daniel received his Masters in Public Policy from the Pepperdine School of Public Policy and B.A. in Political Science from Hillsdale College. He lives in Cheverly, MD, with his wife and three children.