Daniel Mulieri, a former outreach staffer for the late-U.S. Rep. Alcee Hastings, has joined the office of Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz to coordinate overall community outreach efforts in District 23.
Sunrise, Fla. – Daniel Mulieri, a former outreach staffer for the late-U.S. Rep. Alcee Hastings, has joined the office of U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-23) to coordinate overall community outreach efforts in District 23.
“I know Daniel’s strong experience will help our constituents navigate often-complex federal issues,” Wasserman Schultz said. “His familiarity with the South Florida political landscape, including its many Hispanic communities, was an asset to my dear friend Congressman Hastings’ constituents, and I’m certain Daniel will bring those same skills to the people of District 23, as well.”
Mulieri will help the Hispanic community in District 23 navigate the federal government landscape, as well as engage in broader outreach efforts throughout the district. He performed similar duties in his previous congressional post.
Born in Pembroke Pines, Mulieri spent part of his childhood in Medellin, Colombia, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, and a minor in Political Science from St. Thomas University. He has been active in the organized Jewish community, serving as Co-Project Captain for the Anti-defamation League’s Hate Crime Coalition, and among other efforts, on the Broward County Parks Advisory Board. In his free time, he is politically active. Mulieri is fluent in Spanish and has proficiency in French and Italian.