Danielle Grier

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Associate Director


  • Impact Advisory
  • Impact Investing

Danielle Grier is an Associate Director at Social Finance, supporting the advisory services and impact investing teams.

Prior to joining Social Finance, Danielle was a Senior Analyst at Ampush, where she leveraged digital customer acquisition strategies to scale venture-backed, direct-to-consumer brands in the healthcare, food, and over-the-top streaming spaces. At Ampush, Danielle helped lead a community outreach program to provide pro-bono growth marketing consulting and advisory services to minority-owned startups as part of Ampush’s DEI initiatives.

Danielle graduated magna cum laude from Williams College with a B.A. in Political Science and Economics with a concentration in Global Studies-Middle Eastern Studies. She currently serves on the board of the Williams College Gaudino Fund.

It’s the people – internally and externally, including those our projects serve - that make the work we do at Social Finance that much more meaningful.


Veterans CARE Project Summary
Affectionate military reunion between father and daughter

Veterans CARE Project Summary

Following sustained, strong veteran employment outcomes throughout this period, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts funded a 15-month extension of Veterans CARE beginning in October 2021 and continuing through at least December 2022.

Hanna Jamal, Danielle Grier, and Storey Dyer Kloman

Supporting Veterans with PTSD: Enabling an Individualized Approach to Job Search and Placement
3 soldiers carrying large backpacks are silhouetted with a harbor in the background.

Supporting Veterans with PTSD: Enabling an Individualized Approach to Job Search and Placement

Veterans CARE embedded Individual Placement and Support (IPS) services at four VA medical centers in New York and Massachusetts. IPS prioritizes rapid job search for employment opportunities that match an individual’s needs, talents, and preferences,…

Danielle Grier and Storey Dyer Kloman