Dana Mooney Davis
Dana Mooney Davis
Senior Manager, Hitachi Consulting
A member of the Hitachi Consulting since 2012, Dana Davis leads the technical delivery of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS), Energy and Water, and sustainability services for Hitachi Consulting's Sustainability Practice. In this capacity, Dana is responsible for developing and standardizing sustainability service methodologies and ensuring they are uniquely adaptable to meet clients’ needs. Dana’s experience includes leading broad scale sustainability, EHS, and risk-based projects ranging from regulatory assessment and needs analyses; program development, implementation, and evaluation; strategic planning and technical subject matter training.
Prior to Hitachi Consulting, Dana worked for the Federal Emergency Management Agency from 2009-2012, where she served as the National Disaster Safety Officer Cadre Manager and provided program support to the disaster safety operations program. Dana holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Systems from the University of California at San Diego and a Masters in Environmental Management from Duke University.
Dana recently contributed an article to the climate adaptation forum, Acclimatise, with an article titled "Planning for climate change: Can existing business systems be used to integrate climate resilience?"
In her spare time, Dana runs a program called GloveLove, which is a program that collects lost gloves from the community, launders them and pairs them with other similar lost gloves. The new paired gloves are donated to local charities that serve those less fortunate in the Washington D.C. area.
"The network of professionals and resources that the Nicholas School and Duke University offered to me as a student, and even now more than 10 years later as an alumni council member have been tremendously helpful in my career path. It was from the Duke/Yale Career Fair that I was hired for my first job out of the Nicholas School. The network has been great and I, too, hope to add value to the network by assisting current and future students in their own paths."