Daniela has spent more than a decade designing and facilitating social impact education programs around the world. Her work has ranged from running a development education travel company offering student and teacher training, to designing leadership programs at the University of Oxford and serving as a Lecturer at Yale School of Management.
Her work rethinking social entrepreneurship education led to the design of a range of education programs, a tool called the Impact Gaps Canvas (now used at universities around the world), and a widely read report on Tackling Heropreneurship. in 2018, Learning Service, a book she co-authored, was published by Red Press.
Currently, Daniela is based in Boulder, Colorado. She has been a Lecturer at Watson Institute and Yale School of Management and is on the teaching team for a scaling impact course at Chicago Booth. She continues to work as an educator and consultant to a range of social impact organisations.