Dana Bryson brings over 25 years of experience in public, business enterprise and non-profit sectors to increase social impact investment and grow community capacity.
Ms. Bryson has also been a Cabinet level appointee for two US Mayors, (Jerry Brown and Anthony Williams) and was a senior appointee for Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper. In these roles she served Mayoral Chief of Staff or had oversight for City Operations.
She has worked as a Senior Vice President for a real estate investment firm and as an advisor for an agricultural investment fund. She has extensive experience working with social enterprise investments with various organizations as a non-profit advocate, activist, founder, funder, board member, chair and advisor.
She founded the Common Good City Farm (DC’s largest urban farm) and currently Chairs the Board of Denver Urban Gardens. She resides in Denver with her husband, a paediatric oncologist, their two young children and their grateful mutt.
Dana Bryson holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and a Bachelor’s Degree in both Foreign Affairs and French Literature from the University of Virginia.
“As a mother of two young children, I can’t imagine what the parents and families of children with cancer must face, especially developing countries, where there are more limited resources. I feel compelled to help”.
“I am excited to work with an organization that has so much potential to help Children with Cancer worldwide. Because of our unmatched network of committed paediatric oncologists worldwide, we can have such significant impact with relatively little financial investment”.