Vice President and Director of Michigan Initiatives, Center for Community Progress
Danielle Lewinski serves as Vice President and Director of Michigan Initiatives for the Center for Community Progress, a national nonprofit focused on helping communities develop solutions for vacant and deteriorated properties. At CCP, Danielle directs the organization’s technical assistance, education, research, and policy work throughout Michigan. Before joining CCP, she worked with a variety of initiatives focused on blight elimination and planning in weak markets. Her degrees include a Master of Urban Planning and Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Development from University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Arts in African and African American Studies from Mount Holyoke College.