CEO, Common Impact
Danielle Holly serves as CEO of Common Impact, an organization that designs, launches and scales community-based leadership development programs at companies across the country. She works closely with Common Impact's corporate partners to develop strategic community partnerships, develop employees' talents, and help them to achieve both their business and community impact goals.
Danielle is considered one of the country’s leading experts on skills-based volunteerism. She is passionate about sharing her vision for the strategic design of pro bono programs and the value they can bring to nonprofits, employees and global companies. She shares her experiences designing skills-based volunteering programs and strategic vision for the future of the sector at leading industry conferences and events such as Points of Light’s National Conference on Volunteering and Service and the Massachusetts Conference on Service and Volunteering.
She has also played a key role researching and developing prescriptive community-based talent development solutions for corporations. Recent work includes the development of Fidelity Investments Workplace Investing leadership program (featured in Deloitte’s Purpose Driven Professional) and John Hancock’s Community Action Learning Program.
Danielle has helped numerous corporations and nonprofits navigate the new era in skills-based volunteering, including global powerhouses JPMorgan Chase, Charles Schwab and State Street. Danielle has earned her B.A. at Fordham University in New York City and an MBA from Boston University