Strategic Development Advisor
Danielle Stilz founded Stilz Strategies, LLC in 2017. With more than 20 years of experience in the political, government, and philanthropic sectors, she helps individuals and entities drive meaningful, systemic change through strategic philanthropy. Danielle is passionate about helping clients develop social impact and business strategies that empower them to become a more powerful force for good.
Danielle has experience on all sides of the philanthropic landscape– from increasing revenue, to allocating program funds, to helping top philanthropists refine their impact. Danielle currently supports a wide array of clients, ranging from international NGOs to global philanthropists.
Danielle previously served as the Chief Development Officer for the Clinton Foundation, where she worked as a member of the executive team and made strategic development decisions for a global organization focused on poverty alleviation in 70 countries worldwide. She played a key role in mapping and executing strategy for the Clinton Foundation’s endowment campaign, which raised $250 million in less than two years.
Danielle lives in Chicago and serves on the board of the Cook County Health Foundation.