Women's Right National Historical Park
Dana is from upstate New York and attended college just north of the Adirondack Park. She started working in conservation through the Student Conservation Association and organizations like Rocky Mountain Conservancy and Northwest Youth Corps. Dana's love of trees and tools led her to a bit of arboriculture work in city parks, and eventually a tropical fruit farm on the island of O'ahu. She recently moved back to New York and is now serving as the CVA for the Women's Rights National Historical Park. As a previous AmeriCorps member, she is passionate about service, community and stewardship. She's looking forward to working with a historical park as a change of pace and hopes to learn new perspectives on historical events. She hopes she will leave a positive, lasting impact on the park's volunteer program.