Daniel Schultz


    daniel schultz

    Daniel Schultz grew up in Elkins Park, graduated from Cheltenham High School in 2005, and returned to Cheltenham with his family in 2016. He has spent the past decade as a civic technologist, programming computers for the public good. He is serving his first term on the school board.

    Mr. Schultz is an Eagle Scout from local Boy Scout Troop 116 and a sitting member of the Cheltenham Library System board of directors.

    Professionally, Mr. Schultz is a senior creative technologist at the Internet Archive, the world’s largest digital library. He has worked with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Boston Globe, the Lenfest Institute, and Mozilla Foundation to create tools for journalists. He also designed and taught courses at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School and NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program.

    Mr. Schultz is part of the Bad Idea Factory, a group dedicated to using technology to help people think. Mr. Schultz holds a Bachelor of Science in information systems from Carnegie Mellon University and a master’s degree from the MIT Media Lab.

    To reach Mr. Schultz, email dschultz@cheltenham.org.