Daniel Krauthammer is an independent writer and consultant based in San Francisco and Washington DC. He received his MBA at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and he holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Harvard University and a Master of Science Degree in Financial Economics from the University of Oxford. Daniel’s primary professional background is in economic consulting and analysis. He has worked in government and NGOs, where he focused on economic policymaking, and in recent years pursued projects and start-up ventures in the entertainment and technology sectors. He continues to work as an independent adviser and investor in the technology sector.
Daniel’s writing has appeared in The Washington Post, The Weekly Standard, National Review and The New Republic, where his commentary has spanned topics on politics, economics, technology and film. He is the editor of The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavors (Crown Forum).
Daniel spent the past year — that last year of his father's life (Charles Krauthammer, 1950–2018) — close by his father's side in the hospital, where together they worked toward the completion of that book.