Joe Daly is a Gallup Senior Partner and member of the company’s Management Committee. Joe works with global governments, academic institutions, nonprofits and corporations worldwide to help them solve the world’s most pressing problems using data from Gallup’s World Poll. Since 2005, the Gallup World Poll has collected opinions reflecting people’s wellbeing in more than 160 countries and regions. Joe also provides advisory services on entrepreneurship to governments and businesses worldwide, supporting them with research and data on the drivers of employment, job creation and business startups at the global, national, regional and local levels. Gallup has studied the talents that distinguish successful entrepreneurs and has built an assessment that helps identify individuals, such as high school students, with high entrepreneurial talent and helps leadership direct them to the right development and experiences to develop their talent. Joe is a member of Gallup’s Public Release Committee, a carefully staffed, historical team devoted to the protection of Gallup’s brand in public facing research. Joe also serves on the board of directors of Lemonade Day, a national philanthropy dedicated to youth entrepreneurship and financial literacy. Joe serves on the Analytics and AI Advisory Board at Queen’s University. Before joining Gallup, Joe was a consultant at Accenture. His areas of expertise included change management, process improvement, project management and strategy. Joe received his master’s in business administration degree with a focus on international business from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Pennsylvania State University.