Daniel Bey

Regional Director, Asia Pacific

Daniel is responsible for providing strategic leadership and fostering organizational development among affiliate ministries in the Asia Pacific region. Drawing upon his experience across private, public and nonprofit sectors, Daniel excels in strategy optimization, resource development and program management to scale the restorative impact of Prison Fellowship International.

Daniel’s dedication lies in forging collaborative partnerships with key ministry stakeholders to effect transformative change in the lives of those affected by incarceration. Anchored in his belief in the redemptive power of God, Daniel envisions a world where healing and reconcilitation can flourish in every society.

Daniel previously worked in a humanitarian aid and development organization across multiple disciplines, including strategy engagement to direct resources towards impacting the most vulnerable communities around the world, especially in fragile contexts. His global acumen and analytical thinking have helped country offices further their ministry impact to combat poverty and injustice.

Daniel holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Hull and a bachelor’s degree in Commerce from the University of Western Australia. He is also an alumnus of Tung Ling Bible School in Singapore.