Dannah is an administrative professional committed to helping nonprofits and small businesses grow. She takes a holistic approach to her work in order to understand the moving parts of each organization she works with, thus enabling her to tackle the areas that need the most support.
While pursuing her bachelor’s in Santa Cruz, CA, Dannah found her passion for environmental conservation and dedicated much of her time volunteering and working for a variety of local nonprofits, including the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History, the Homeless Garden Project, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium. She believes that everyone, regardless of socioeconomic background, deserves equal access to green (and blue) spaces, opportunities to learn about such spaces, and the resources to live healthier and more sustainable lifestyles.
Having grown up in the San Fernando Valley, Dannah brings that passion back home after years of living in California’s Monterey Bay and traveling internationally. Most recently, Dannah worked for the Los Angeles Arboretum Foundation, where she garnered support for the Arboretum’s natural and historic resources through their membership department. Since returning to L.A., she has also volunteered her time with local trail cleanup and river advocacy groups. Dannah holds a B.A. in Biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz.