Daniela has been an active social worker ever since learning to write her first statement to help humanity when she was 12 years old. She inspires and equips changemakers in nonprofits and social-mission businesses to confidently use their talents, art, and skills to make a difference in their communities.
Daniela specializes in business and Human development for those organizations, communities and projects who want to boost their visibility to help the world. Her creative insights help deliver strong, clear messages that achieve clients’ marketing, fundraising, and public education goals.
Since 2004, Daniela has raised 2 millions of grant dollars for the PALTEX Program of PALTEX (The Expanded Textbook and Instructional Materials Program) a joint technical cooperation program of the Pan American Health and Education Foundation (PAHEF) and the Pan American Health Organization for what she received a 2005 and 2006 Award of Excellence” as the PALTEX Country Administrator. After that Daniela became the first women who became an Operation Manager/Administrative Officer of the Pan American Agency for Venezuela, Aruba, and the Netherland Antilles at her 25 years old. After a few years she was a Regional Manager for LATAM countries.
Daniela has an extensive experience in grant writing, social marketing, and creative writing. She is a motivated and self-directed professional credited with combining experience culled from International Organizations, Public Services and Nonprofits to provide valuable success to organizations. She utilizes skills and experience to coordinate projects and maintains strong relationships to avoid breakdowns that hinder services to affected groups.
She has always shown her admiration for El Sistema, her first social responsibility Project and Thesis when graduating from University in Venezuela.