Daniel Bral is a first-generation Jewish Iranian American attorney, writer, and California Democratic Party Delegate (appointed by Assembly member Bloom). He received his bachelor’s degree from UCLA and his J.D. from Loyola Law School where, as Executive Editor of Loyola’s International and Comparative Law Review, he published an article analyzing Israel’s “Nation-State Law.” Daniel currently serves as the campaign manager for Rob Wilcox, candidate for Los Angeles City Controller. Before that he worked for City Attorney Feuer as a law clerk and communications associate, and for Mayor Garcetti as a member of his homelessness policy team where he drafted the Right to Counsel motion and helped open a “Bridge Home” shelter that now houses over forty women and children. He has also been deeply engaged in Jewish and nuanced Israel advocacy as an advisory board member of Progressive Zionists of California and board member of Democrats for Israel – Los Angeles.