Major Daniel Snyder
Major Daniel completed his recruit training at 1st Battalion Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island in South Carolina before going on to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona for upgrade training.
Dr. Johnson has served as a guest lecturer at various educational institutions, while also consulting for numerous global executives, firms and governments. Furthermore, he serves on both non-profit and for-profit boards as a member.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Bernoulli wanted nothing to do with following in his father’s footsteps in business; instead he sought an academic path and applied for two chairs at Basel; unfortunately these applications were declined because their selection process involved drawing lots.
He was an important voice within the Funder faction in the state senate. During a speech which may have been misunderstood by Readjusters, he strongly opposed any plan to reduce debt unless it included funding for public education as part of any settlement agreement.
At the Democratic national convention of 1896, Carter Glass led the silver revolt against Grover Cleveland’s hard-money policy and was instrumental in helping Carter Glass’ amended plan be approved by delegates.
Daniel began his professional career at the University of Buffalo Child Care Center where he cared for preschool-age children. Following this he moved on to CAO Youth Services Department as Site Coordinator where he oversaw SACC-licensed after-school and NURTURE Summer Camp programs at Pratt-Willert Community Center of CAO Erie County.
As part of his duties, he collaborated with staff to implement age-appropriate lesson plans which encouraged physical, emotional and social development in students. Additionally, he served on the Education Management Team and oversaw eight staff members.
Penn State was where he first encountered THON, the world’s largest student-run fundraising event for childhood cancer. There, he helped raise more than $10 million. While volunteering, he met Judge Johnson who encouraged him to pursue law as it may open doors to many opportunities and dreams.
Achievement and Honors
As the 15th Sergeant Major of the Army, Daniel has held nearly every enlisted leadership position from team leader, first sergeant, instructor and training NCO through brigade and battalion command sergeant major to being appointed first command sergeant major at Silverbell Army Heliport in Arizona for its 7220th Blood Donor Center.
He received two Medals of Honor, three Distinguished Service Medals, six Bronze Stars, four Meritorious Service Medals with oak leaf clusters, three Combat Action Badges and one Canadian Parachutist Badge in his military career. Additionally he received the National Defense Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal with Valor device and Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal as recognitions of his efforts and services.
The College of Medicine has instituted the Daniel Drake Medal to recognize alumni, residents and students who demonstrate excellence as clinician-teachers. This award honors alumni, residents and students.
Johann Bernoulli attempted to force Daniel into a career of commerce, only to be met with resistance just like that which had come with trying the same tactic on Nicolaus Bernoulli himself – however unlike him Daniel did not abandon his mathematical studies altogether.
As a resident of Venice he published his initial major work Mathematical exercises in 1724; it focused on probability and the moral expectation of wealth.
General Daniel has accrued over 3,000 flying hours, including 414 combat hours. He has completed all levels of NCO education as well as military and civilian training including Expeditionary Warfare School, U.S Navy Aviation Safety Officer’s School, Tactical Air Control Party Course (TACP), Marine Corps Combatant Dive school (MCCD) and Army Airborne School.
Daniel Snyder boasts a net worth of over $5.55 billion thanks to his business and investments. He owns the Washington Commanders which contribute heavily to his earnings. Daniel spends some of his fortune on charity; serving as vice president for children’s hospice Demelza as well as working closely with The Trevor Project.
His TikTok account boasts more than 12.8 million followers, as well as being successful on YouTube and Instagram. His short videos and entertaining content has gained him widespread fame online. Beyond golfing income, he also holds endorsement deals with iconic companies such as Lacoste and Nicholas Air; plus owns a luxurious home in Florida which adds to his net worth along with several high-end car models.