Daniel Treuman joined the faculty at Collins Hill High School as the Assistant Director of Bands in 2010. He took over as the Director of Bands in 2011. Daniel has served the band program as the primary conductor of all four concert ensembles, as well as the Director of the Screamin' Eagle Marching Band. Concert and marching ensembles under his direction have consistently received superior ratings at competitions and festivals. Most notably, in the last two years the Collins Hill Symphonic Winds have been invited to perform as guest bands at the 2015 UGA January Musical Festival, the 2015 Music For All Southeast Regional Concert Band Festival, and most recently at the 2016 Georgia Music Educators Association In-Service Conference. 

Daniel received his Bachelors of Music degree from The University of Georgia. While at UGA, he studied euphonium with Professor David Zerkel and performed as a member of the Wind Ensemble, Wind Symphony, Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble and Redcoat Marching Band. His conducting teachers included John Lynch, Gregg Gausline, and Mike Robinson.

Daniel marched euphonium as a member of the Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps during the 2007-2009 seasons. Highlights of his tenure with the corps include being selected as a finalist for the Mark Glasscoe Member of the Year Award in 2009 and placing first at the Drum Corps International World Championships in 2008. Daniel spent 2011 as a member of the Phantom Regiment Brass Staff, and he is currently in his third season as a member of The Cavaliers' Brass Staff. 

Daniel's professional affiliations include the NAFME, GMEA, and NBA. He also serves as the GMEA District 13 Band Chair.

Mr. Treuman currently resides in Atlanta, Ga. with his wife Kathryn and his dog Eleanor.