Daniel Hertz

Daniel is a recent graduate of the MPP program at the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago. Previously, he has worked as a middle school social studies teacher in Memphis, a travel guidebook writer in the Yucatan, a state representative campaign staffer in Peoria, and a community organizer in Chicago and Boston.
In cities, you’ll sometimes hear people talk about a “daytime population”: not how many people live in a place, but how many gather there regularly during their waking hours. So while 1.6 million people may actually live in Manhattan,...