Dana Hall is a Program Assistant for the Office of the CEO at Panorama. In this position, she directly supports the OCEO through administrative functions such as media curation, brief preparation, relationship management, and more. Additionally, Dana acts as office manager for Panorama’s Seattle office, while also managing both individual and programmatic projects. Dana understands the critical need to support social impact programs that will allow for powerful, systemic improvements in philanthropy and global health.
Prior to joining Panorama, Dana attended the University of Washington where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Medical Anthropology and Global Health in June 2021. During her time at UW, Dana instructed a course of first-year students. As an instructor, she designed engaging and educational lesson plans covering topics such as major exploration, critical thinking and research, community engagement, and relationship navigation. Dana also completed a full-time internship in the office of WA State Senator Annette Cleveland spanning the 2021 Legislative Session. Through working with Senator Cleveland, Chair of the Senate Health and Long-Term Care Committee, Dana gained valuable experience with public health policy, stakeholder communication, and constituent casework.
Dana was born and raised in Seattle and loves living close to her family. Outside of work, she can be found spending time with her dog, Sebastian, seeking out new restaurants, making and listening to music, and watching scary movies with her roommates.