Environmental, Social, & Governance Associate
Danielle joined Graham Partners in 2021, where she supports the integration of the firm’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy across the deal process and within the existing investment portfolio.
Prior to Graham, Danielle was an Analyst at Bridges Fund Management, a private equity firm that invests in high-impact businesses in the lower middle-market. At Bridges, Danielle was responsible for deal analysis, portfolio operations, impact management, and investor relations. Previously, Danielle served as a Monitoring & Evaluation Field Officer with Peace Corps Response in Guinea, West Africa. She also worked as a Manager with Save the Children, the international development organization, where she held roles in partnership development, financial operations, and program management across various sectors.
Danielle holds a B.A. in Political Science from Boston College, where she was a member of the varsity ski team. She is pursuing a M.A. in International Political Economy & Development from Fordham University, where she holds an Advanced Certificate in Emerging Markets & Country Risk Analysis.
Danielle is originally from Norwalk, CT and currently lives in Golden, CO with her husband and son. She enjoys skiing, hiking, traveling, and cooking in her spare time.
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