Daniel Huf, from Walton-on-Thames, England, is pursuing an MBA at Stanford Graduate School of Business. He graduated from the University of Cambridge with a bachelor’s degree in English literature having received the Caldwell prize. Daniel aspires to advance social mobility and address the climate crisis with eco-friendly homes. He is the co-founder of The Armitage Foundation (TAF), a charity that increases diversity at UK medical schools. TAF has received a prestigious award from the Queen and raised over $100k from major funding bodies. Daniel was a management trainee at Colgate-Palmolive and a strategy consultant at Strategy& (formerly Booz & Co). Long-term he hopes to grow Huf Haus, a 100+ year old modular construction firm that builds zero-carbon eco-homes. Daniel is on the board of Brandon Trust, a learning disability charity with 2500 staff, and was nominated by Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE (Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London) to be a Fellow of the Royal-Society-of-Arts.