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Daniela Rivero-Bryant

Originally from Bolivia, Daniela Rivero-Bryant is an industrial engineer with a more than 15 years professional experience in community development.

After moving to New Orleans, she worked with Rebuilding Together New Orleans, a non-profit organization which combines volunteerism with affordable and sustainable housing reconstruction. Daniela began as the Director of Field Operations and was later appointed Executive Director of the organization.

Following this role, Daniela has been working as the Development and Property Management Director for Louisiana Land Trust since 2012. In this position, she coordinates the statewide disposition of several thousand properties sold to the State of Louisiana as part of the Road Home Program.

Daniela’s career in community development began in El Alto, Bolivia, where she worked crafting public policy and establishing public-private partnerships to improve the quality of life for the city’s residents. After several years of working in El Alto, Daniela was honored to be Bolivian President Evo Morales’s first Chief of Staff when he took office in early 2006.

Daniela has lived and worked in various countries in Europe, Latin America and Africa. She is fluent in Spanish, English, German and Portuguese.