Daniella Goncalves

Daniella Goncalves

Assistant Policy & Program Manager, Corporate Responsibility and Labor Affairs
Tel: 212.703.5083

Daniella Goncalves is Assistant Policy and Program Manager, based in USCIB’s New York office. Goncalves supports USCIB Vice President for Corporate Responsibility and Labor Affairs Gabriella Rigg Herzog across the Corporate Responsibility & Labor Affairs policy portfolio.

Goncalves is a recent graduate of Columbia University where she received her degree in Human Rights from the School of General Studies, and has worked in several roles with a focus on public policy or public interest. She has experience in the private sector, having worked most recently with Verisk, where she did reviews of state regulatory developments in the financial and insurance fields.

Recent USCIB News

Donnelly and US Government Talk Investment With African Union Group (9/12/2019) - USCIB Vice President for Investment Policy Shaun Donnelly was one of two private sector investment policy experts invited to join a September 10 U.S. government interagency team meeting with a delegation of economic policy experts form the African Union (AU) Commission staff.
Future of Work Event Explores Opportunities for Business (9/10/2019) - As megatrends, such as technology, changing demographics and climate change, continue to disrupt the world of work at an accelerating pace, policy makers, business and international agencies have begun to explore opportunities for reskilling and retraining workers. This served as the framework for a joint, interactive workshop on the Future of Work on September 5 at the historic Evermay Estate in Washington DC.
Pledge to America’s Workers: Spotlight on Salesforce (9/4/2019) - For the next twelve weeks, USCIB will spotlight case studies of USCIB members making an impact in the re-skilling and re-training the workforce as part of the White House Pledge to America’s Workers. This week, USCIB is celebrating Salesforce, the global leader in Customer Relationship Management (CRM) focused on bringing companies closer to their customers in the digital age. 
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