Dan Dickerman is a Program Officer for ISC’s U.S. Program. In this role, he supports ISC’s work building community resilience at the regional level.
Prior to ISC, Dan worked for a Pittsburgh, PA-based nonprofit, the Homewood Children’s Village, where he managed programming related to neighborhood sustainability, public health, housing stabilization, early childhood development, and food access. While at the Homewood Children’s Village he also headed the organization’s Innovation Department and worked on developing a neighborhood collective impact initiative. He has a strong background in network development and management, systems thinking, human-centered design, and sustainable development.
Dan holds a Bachelor of Art in Philosophy from Geneva College and a Master of Sustainability from Chatham University.