Daniela joined Girls Inc of Alameda County in 2019 and is dedicated to supporting the empowerment of girls in her community through the storytelling power of data analysis and statistics. An Alameda County local and a first-generation college graduate, she earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology at San Francisco State University in 2017. While studying at SF State, she expanded her passion around advocacy for marginalized communities. As an early-career professional with a hybridized background in data entry and analysis, she enjoys using data-driven efforts to champion for community safety and empowerment. A former Girls Inc. program alumni, she has firsthand experience of the power of our programs. Daniela is excited to give back to an organization that helps young women, girls, and youth in her community to feel valued, safe, and realize their potential to be and do all the things they dream of.