Dana draws on her strengths of patience, compassion, and empathy in working with the young adults in her care. “Being able to support people during a difficult time in their life can make a huge difference,” she says. “It is the ultimate gift to see someone I have helped continue to strive and succeed.”
Dana’s previous positions include overnight supervisor at New Directions for Women in Costa Mesa, California, and care coordinator at Phoenix House, serving individuals, families, and communities affected by substance abuse. She has specialized training in crisis intervention and working with clients with eating disorders.