Center for Environmental Policy
A Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional (AP), Danielle Wagner has more than 17 years of experience helping local governments, universities, real estate developers, non-profits, and federal agencies develop new initiatives, manage program operations, cultivate financial support, and facilitate relationships.
As the Center for Environmental Policy's Project Advisor, Danielle supports the William K. Reilly Fund for Environmental Governance and Leadership. Previously, she contributed to the EPA Technology Market Summit and has conducted strategic planning with the Center's Board of Advisors.
Prior to launching her environmental consulting firm, Local 2 Global Solutions, in January 2009, Danielle served as Vice President of a specialty real estate company focused on the redevelopment of environmentally contaminated properties, brownfields. Previously, Danielle managed environmental and economic development programs for ICMA. In this capacity, she led association-wide sustainability initiatives and local government energy efficiency programs, as well as brownfield initiatives for local governments. Danielle also served as a federal government contractor, providing support to the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of the Navy, with a focus on land use controls, Superfund liability, and brownfield cleanup and reuse. Early in her career, Danielle worked in the Clinton Administration on Vice President Al Gore’s GLOBE Program (www.GLOBE.gov).
MS, Johns Hopkins University
BS, University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment
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