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Danielle Silber

Director of Strategic Partnerships, ACLU

Danielle Silber is the Director of Strategic Partnerships for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) where she leads a team to develop corporate partnerships to support the organization’s fundraising, marketing, communication and advocacy objectives. In the wake of the Muslim Ban and increasing threats to voting rights, racial justice, women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, and the very foundation of our democracy, companies are beginning to internalize the cost of democracy in order to protect the rights of their employee, customer and broader community customer stakeholders.

Previously she headed up Corporate Alliances for the International Rescue Committee (IRC) where she had the privilege of designing cause marketing campaigns with brands like HBO’s Game of Thrones and TripAdvisor to destigmatize and support refugees in the United States and abroad.

Before joining the IRC, Danielle taught International Studies at Washington University in St. Louis and in her spare time, served on the board of COLAGE, a national youth advocacy and education organization by and for people with one or more Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and/or Transgender parents.