Biography of Daniel Hall
Daniel Hall is the Vice President for Community Engagement at the University of Louisville. He oversees the Office of Community Engagement which is responsible for the facilitation, coordination, assessment and recognition of community engagement of faculty, staff, and students. The office also directs the activities of the Signature Partnership Initiative which is a university-wide effort involving various community partners to revitalize west Louisville.
Mr. Hall served as the university's chief governmental relations officer for 18 years helping to secure over $160 million in state and federal appropriations for major capital projects. He is an attorney and formerly served as Chief of Staff to Congressman Ron Mazzoli in Washington D.C.
Mr. Hall is a co-founder and former chair of the Louisville Public Radio Partnership Board of Directors. He has served as chair of the Kentucky African American Heritage Foundation, Kentucky Center for Public Issues, the American Heart Association Kentuckiana Board of Directors, and the Kentucky Long-Term Policy Research Center.
Mr. Hall is a native of Louisville and a three-time Kentucky Golden Gloves Champion. He is a product of Louisville Central High School graduating as salutatorian of the Class of 1969. Mr. Hall earned his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College, law degree from Harvard Law School, and Master of Arts in Theological Studies from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an Associate Minister at Greater Salem Baptist Church in Louisville, KY.