Danielle Moss Lee
CEO of YWCA of the City of New York

Dr. Danielle Moss Lee has over twenty years of experience in education and human services. Under her tenure, the YWCA of the City of New York has expanded its program portfolio to once again include speakers' series for professional women, girls leadership and technology programs, and increased advocacy for women and girls in New York City. Dr. Moss Lee has previously served as President of the Harlem Educational Activities Fund, Assistant Principal of the Grace Lutheran School, Assistant Executive Director of the Morningside Area Alliance, Director for Community and Parent Partnerships at The After-School Corporation, and Consulting Project Director for The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth. She has significant experience in expanding access and opportunities in underserved communities.

Dr. Moss Lee is currently President of Black Agency Executives, a member of the New York Coalition of 100 Black Women Advisory Board, a Board Member of the Human Services Council, and a member of the Swarthmore College Board of Managers. She is an adjunct assistant professor of Urban Youth Policy at CCNY. She received her B.A. in English Literature and History with a concentration in Black Studies from Swarthmore College and holds M.A. and Ed.M. degrees from Teachers College Columbia University, where she completed her doctorate in Organization and Leadership.