An engaged Alaskan democracy

Danielle Williams

Danielle is a consultant specializing in empowering and enabling nonprofits to achieve their fund development and donor communications goals. Prior to starting her business in 2018, she dedicated nearly a decade of her career to Alaska Conservation Foundation where she served as their Director of Philanthropy and Communications. She also held a long-term position as Director of Grants and Justice Partnerships for Boys & Girls Clubs of Alaska. And before that, she served as a Lead Clinical Case Manager with The Arc of Anchorage.

Danielle has a strong conservation ethic and sense of social and environmental justice. She joined Alaska Common Ground’s board in 2016 because their commitment to a just society and sustainable democracy is consistent with her values.

Danielle earned a Masters in Social Work (MSW) from the University of Michigan and a BA from the University of Pittsburgh. She hails from Chatham, NJ and is proud to call Alaska home since 1993. She lives in Anchorage with her husband Steve and their superdog, Spencer. Her interests include hiking, biking and constantly challenging herself to live more sustainably.