An engaged Alaskan democracy

Danielle Williams

Danielle has a strong conservation ethic and a profound sense of environmental justice. She joined Alaska Conservation Foundation (ACF) in 2008. After serving three years as Director of Philanthropy and Communications, she now directs ACF’s communications program. Her experience includes more than 15 years as a fundraising professional and seven years in communications.

Danielle earned a Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan and a BA from the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to ACF, she was Director of Grants and Justice Partnerships for Boys & Girls Clubs of Alaska where she was part of a leadership team responsible for a dynamic statewide expansion effort. She also spearheaded a successful effort to expand services to justice-involved youth.

Danielle hails from Chatham, New Jersey. She moved to Alaska in 1993 and soon after achieved a goal to earn her private pilot’s license. She lives in Anchorage with her husband and their two dogs. Her interests include backpacking, the challenge of year-round bike commuting and sustainable investing.

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