Daniel Bistany ‘03 graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Arizona in 2007 with a degree in Economics. Today, he lives in Costa Mesa, California, with his wife Kelsey and son Evan “Bash” Bistany. Daniel serves as the CoFounder and President for Breeze IT alongside fellow Gamma Rho Brandon McKennon '03, and together they provide tailored IT solutions to their Southern Californian clientele.
With several years of recognition as one of Inc. 5000 and Orange County Business Journal’s ‘Fastest Growing Private Companies,’ Breeze IT has established itself as a community leader for IT services in California. Before his success in founding this company, Daniel began his journey as an Associate for Semler Brossy Consulting Group and later founded Offneptune LLC, a strategic internet marketing firm. Proving his expertise and playing an instrumental role in Breeze IT’s almost-perfect satisfaction rate, Daniel is involved with ITT Technical Institute as a member of the Program Advisory Committee and was invited to be their Commencement Keynote Speaker– as well as speaking and delivering presentations for Cloud Technology and Security.
Daniel engages with philanthropic organizations and serves an active role in his community. He was able to help activate the next generation of leaders through his board membership with the Newport Beach Foundation, raises awareness and funds for the Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center at UCI Health as a board memberfor the UCI Anti-Cancer Challenge, and is a donor and supporter of Arizona’s Future for Kids.
Unsurprisingly, Daniel was incredibly involved both on-campus and within Kappa Sigma during his undergraduate career. Along with membership in the Student Alumni Association and SPIRES Sophomore Honorary, he received the President’s Award for Excellence Scholarship and was consistently recognized on the Dean’s List. As a previous Treasurer and Pledge Educator for Gamma-Rho, Daniel can summarize what the chapter means to him in one concise yet significant phrase: “Brothers for life.”