We’re happy to welcome Danielle Stollak to the Cesium team. Danielle will be managing the upcoming Cesium Ecosystem Grant Program. The Program will enable and support organizations and individuals contribution to the 3D geospatial ecosystem, including making open source contributions, developing integrations, broadening access, and facilitating learning and education.
Danielle has broad experience building communities through work at a variety of companies and organizations, where she’s applied for grants, developed educational and mentorship programs, and run fellowship programs. In addition, she’s worked to increase opportunities for at-risk youth and those traditionally under-represented in STEM.
Danielle received a BA in archaeology at Haverford College with a concentration in geoarchaeology. She earned a master’s degree in resource management at University Centre of the West Fjords in Iceland and also holds a Graduate Certificate in Geospatial Technology for Geodesign from Temple University.
Stay tuned for news about the upcoming Cesium Ecosystem Grant Program.
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