Employee Spotlight: Daniel Challoner

Biologics Sales Development Lead

Meet the team at Black Diamond Networks. In these employee spotlights, we would like to give you a glimpse into our teams and the people who drive our success!  


In our ongoing series of employee spotlights, we are excited to introduce you to Daniel Challoner. Daniel is a sales development lead in the Biologics division of Life Sciences and Technology.  


Based in Phoenix, Arizona, Daniel joined the BDN family in September 2021, bringing his expertise and enthusiasm to our team. His journey began when Ryan Mahan reached out to him on LinkedIn, highlighting the power of networking and the importance of seizing opportunities.  


Among the many memories Dan has made at Black Diamond Networks, one that stands out is seeing Joe Mattera’s impressive dance moves at the holiday party, an event that embodies the spirit of our close-knit community. The annual holiday party is a time for the team to come together and celebrate each other’s successes throughout the year.  


Beyond his professional achievements, Daniel played college golf at Scottsdale Community College, highlighting his dedication and skill both on and off the course.    


Dan offers invaluable advice for those just starting their journey at Black Diamond Networks: “Trust the process. Believe in yourself and your leaders to get you where you want to go.” He also lives by the saying, “Keep on Keeping on.”  


Within the organization, he finds inspiration in Brecken Morgan, admiring his leadership style and ability to simplify complex staffing concepts through relatable analogies.  


We are grateful to have him as part of our team and contributing to our shared success. Work alongside Daniel in BDN’s Phoenix, AZ office! 


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