Daniel Eisenbeis first joined the Office of Government Relations in 2010, and was appointed as its first State Government Relations Manager in 2011. In 2014, he was awarded a German Chancellor Fellowship and later served as the urban policy analyst and legislative coordinator for the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development before returning to the City of Portland in 2016. During his time with the Office of Government Relations, he has worked on successful legislative efforts to authorize incentives for seismic retrofit of buildings, promote redevelopment of brownfield sites, improve financing for energy efficiency upgrades in buildings, and expand investments in affordable housing. Prior to working for the City Portland, he held lobbyist, planner, and analyst positions with the League of Oregon Cities, 1000 Friend of Oregon, and Minnesota Department of Transportation. Born in Portland, Dan holds a Bachelor of Arts in geography from Macalester College and is a graduate of North Salem High School.