Danielle Vitoff, LEED AP, TRUE Advisor, is an Associate Director within Guidehouse's Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure practice. She focuses on strategic engagement around decarbonization, resilience, and sustainability for governments, corporations, and utilities. With a decade of experience, Danielle is a skilled project manager who has successfully led clients in exploration and public engagement to develop defensible sustainability strategies that support multi-faceted business goals. Notable engagements include the San Antonio Climate Action and Adaptation Plan, leading the development of the American Gas Foundation resilience study, decarbonization roadmaps for multiple natural gas utilities, managing the California Sustainability Alliance, and the development of a science-based target for The Coca-Cola Company.
Prior to joining Guidehouse, Danielle was the Research Director for Maclay Architects, a sustainable design firm. In this position she supported multiple Zero Net Energy building designs and the writing of the book The New Net Zero. Danielle holds BAs in Environmental Design and Environmental Studies from Montana State University.
B.A., Environmental Design, Architectural Program, Montana State University, 2010 B.A., Liberal Studies, Environmental Studies Option, Montana State University, 2010