Danielle M. Reyes specializes in grantmaking related to Economic Security and Strong Nonprofit Sector. Danielle is also a member of Meyer’s communication’s team and has played a leadership role in developing the Foundation’s social media presence and strategy. Before joining the Meyer Foundation, Danielle served as executive director of the Latino Student Fund, an organization focused on increasing access and information on educational opportunities to Greater Washington's Latino community. She has also worked in the nonprofit sector as a senior program officer and team leader for Reading Is Fundamental, and spent several years teaching as a public school teacher, a university instructor, and as a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco. Danielle received her bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and holds Masters degrees from Manhattanville College and Harvard University.
Danielle was a Council on Foundations Emerging Philanthropic Leaders Fellow 2005-2007. She was the founding chair of the Metropolitan DC Hispanics in Philanthropy Funders' Collaborative and served on the board of directors of Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy. She is currently on the board of directors of the Taproot Foundation, participates on the steering committee of the Greater Washington Workforce Development Collaborative at the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, and serves as a Commissioner of Serve DC, the Mayor's Office of Volunteerism.