Daniella is the founder and president of Domes for Humanity, where she leads the strategic organization of the foundation, implements educational training on dome building and evaluates the impact of the foundation’s sustainable outreach and vision. She works closely with Robert Gruenthal, advisory board member and General Contractor, on collaborating with nonprofit partners to assess individual and community needs and develop the architectural dome designs for each life-changing solution. Daniella has a 12 year creative and professional background that is rooted in sustainable architectural design from managing complex design and construction projects for government, commercial, and tech projects to a focus on climate adaptation in the LEED community. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Ai Miami International University of Art & Design, and is a certified dome builder and Green Associate in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. Daniella’s passion for humanitarian outreach and volunteer work for various nonprofit foundations led her to believe that we as humans have a global responsibility to eradicate poverty solve humanitarian crises worldwide.