Daniel has extensive experience representing clients in complex business and tort litigation matters, particularly healthcare and insurance coverage claims, financial service disputes and credentialing/termination issues.
He possesses an outstanding track record in appellate and trial work, having argued appeals before both state and federal courts.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Pantry was raised in Rugby, North Dakota. At Leeds Public School he developed his academic and basketball abilities, while discovering his love of instrumentals such as drums.
Once graduated from high school, he attended University of California Berkeley to earn his bachelor’s degree. Additionally, Victoria University of Wellington provided him an opportunity to hone his bungee jumping abilities during this journey.
He returned to his hometown and established Seasonal Pantry, an innovative food pantry featuring a farmers market-inspired concept to remove any stigma of visiting a food bank. Visitors leave with fresh local produce and ingredients to prepare healthy, nutritional meals at home; Supper Club participants also learn how to create them!
Daniel began his culinary career at his family-owned grocery store, where he discovered a passion for cooking. Upon graduating Paul Smith’s College with a degree in Culinary Arts & Service Management, Daniel pursued his childhood dream and opened Seasonal Pantry – an innovative concept providing guests with delicious and creative dishes!
He also introduced a seasonal farmers market designed to take away any associated stigma with visiting food pantries and provide families with enough healthy groceries for an entire week’s meals. Guests left satisfied.
At present, he works as both a housing outreach coordinator and activist for LGBT causes. In 2020 he co-founded Love Wins Food Pantry in Queens to serve those living in poverty while providing LGBT residents a safe space to visit traditional pantries.
Achievement and Honors
Nominated alumni of UMSL who have been recognized with this distinction have made significant efforts to boost the young alumni profile of the university through meaningful programs, events and philanthropic efforts. This award is given out at reunion year to individuals who have made an exceptional difference both professionally and socially.
He established Love Wins Food Pantry in Queens to meet the needs of LGBT individuals facing hunger during the pandemic. It provided healthy vegetables, non-perishables, and PPE in an atmosphere free of stigma.
She was also named to the 2022 first team College Sports Communicators Academic All-American list and earned the Embry-Riddle Eagle of Excellence scholarship. Additionally, she served on both student-athlete Advisory Committees (SAACs), was Atlantic Coast SAAC representative, and actively volunteered for various causes.
Daniel has the unique power to shape people around him into what he needs for a fulfilling and harmonious life. When feeling alone and afraid, Daniel uses this talent to form his family: parents, sisters and friends with his chosen mother always looking out for his wellbeing.
He is also an accomplished singer-songwriter. His songs are both raw and honest, expressing longing and need while at times providing humorous comic relief or poignant sadness with melodies that shift from sunny to painful with every note sung.
Manic depression, an illness marked by wild highs followed by dark lows, has plagued his life. To control it and focus on his work and music more easily, he takes various medications which have also proven helpful during live shows; his shows attract packed houses of songwriters and musicians as he performs with an electrifying guitar playing performance that ignites them all!
His net worth was estimated to be around $1.9 billion as of 2023. He is co-founder and CEO of UiPath, an automated process automation firm which has seen great success on the market.
He is also renowned for his charitable giving, having donated large portions of his wealth for social good causes. An art lover with impeccable taste in music, he owns an impressive car collection and several luxury properties.
Staten Island native Vinny and His Mother Eat America, Guy Code, and The Show With Vinny have become successful television series. He also wrote a book and launched clothing line. Additionally, he ventured into tattoo company and restaurant operations.