Daniella Greeman serves as the Programming and Events Specialist for Carnegie Mellon University’s Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation where she is responsible for supporting client relationship development by delivering programming at CMU and leveraging the network of talented, entrepreneurial CMU faculty, staff, alumni and key regional, national and global collaborators to build connections between guests and CMU faculty, students, alumni and industry/government research funders in energy.
She has a long history with event planning, most recently as an events manager for Landmark Ventures where she supported programming, marketing, partnerships, and production for year-round events focused on social innovation and impact. She previously worked as an events coordinator at the Heinz History Center planning weddings, non-profit events, galas, retreats, and corporate celebrations. Prior to that, she also worked as a production specialist for WPXI-TV, and program assistant for Vibrant Pittsburgh.
Though originally born in Brooklyn, New York, Daniella grew up and attended school in the Pocono Mountains area of Northeast, PA. She later moved to Pittsburgh to complete her B.A. in urban studies at the University of Pittsburgh, with a concentration in community organization while earning certificates in public and professional writing, and African studies.