Danielle Stollak has a distinctive multidisciplinary background in leading programs, partnerships, and research supported by graduate education in Marine and Coastal Resource Management from University Centre of the West Fjords. Her experience includes work with non profit organizations, scientific research hubs, public utilities, and once, a sailboat. Her programmatic work with the University City Science Center in Philadelphia was recognized 2015-17 by the White House for excellence as an innovative model for STEM mentoring. She recently received a graduate certificate in Geodesign from Thomas Jefferson University, reigniting her enthusiasm for the power of spatial visualization that she first explored at Haverford College as an undergraduate in archaeology.
She is passionate about cultivating innovative ideas to solve entrenched challenges and is very excited to flex that passion by supporting and growing Cesium Ecosystem Grants.
When not illegibly scribbling whiteboard manifestos, you probably won’t be able to find her anywhere because she’ll be holed up with a book.