Regional Director, Asia Pacific
Daniel Bey supports the Asia Pacific region. He is responsible for providing strategic support and capacity building to National Ministries within the region at Prison Fellowship International. With more than 10 years of experience across private, public, and nonprofit sectors, Daniel specializes in the areas of strategy optimization and resource development and provides program management services to National Ministries. He is passionate about collaborating with key ministry partners to impact the lives of prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families. Daniel believes that through God’s transformational power, all will witness healing and reconciliation in their lives and communities.
Having held local, regional, and global roles, Daniel has worked in international development across multiple disciplines. This includes strategy engagement to direct resources and efforts toward impacting the most vulnerable communities around the world, especially in fragile contexts. His global acumen and analytical thinking have helped teams to further their ministry impact to combat poverty and optimize funding, business processes, and support functions.
Daniel holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Hull and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Australia. He is also an alumnus of Tung Ling Bible School, Singapore.