Daniel Oppold studied Politics and Public Administration (M.A. at University of Konstanz) and Public Management and Governance (B.A. Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen). He is particularly interested in participation-centred theories of democracy and the exploration of dialogue-oriented forms of participation.
After his bachelor's studies, Daniel Oppold worked as the Personal Officer of the CEO of social service provider "Die Zieglerschen e.V." in Wilhelmsdorf (Baden-Württemberg), where he was also responsible for tasks in the Organizational Development and Planning Unit.
Daniel Oppold has many years of experience in the field of workshop facilitation.
He has been working at the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) since October 2016 in the research project “Co-Creation and Contemporary Policy Advice”. He is also a member of the Research Management and Organizational Development Unit at the IASS.