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Dan Halloran
Director, Operations

While in college, Dan interned with us and, upon graduation, was welcomed as a full-time team member in the role of Special Projects Coordinator. Currently, as Program and Grants Manager, Dan acts as the entry-point for new relationships with nonprofit partners. He manages all our grantmaking programs, including everything from retaining historical records, building the online applications, communicating grant report requests, and creating grant-related materials for board review.

In 2017, Dan graduated cum laude from the University of Richmond with a Bachelor of Arts in international economics and Spanish. He studied abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina and interned one summer in Cuenca, Ecuador at a nonprofit English language school. Throughout college, Dan worked in the Office of International Education and as a resident assistant. In 2021, Dan earned his Masters in Public Administration and a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the VCU Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs. He is very proud of graduating with a 4.0 GPA.

Within the Richmond community, Dan serves on the young professional boards for the Massey Cancer Center, and Side by Side, an LGBTQ+ youth support and advocacy group. In 2021, he founded the ouRVA Collective giving circle, which seeks to inspire a spirit of giving among the next generation of RVA philanthropists. With its low-threshold membership dues, ouRVA Collective diversifies our local philanthropic sector by engaging folks who are not typically at the table. The group’s first year was a success as they provided a $10,000 grant to a local early childhood education nonprofit.  

As a self-described “YouTube handyman,” Dan enjoys completing furniture restoration and house projects in his free time. Dan lives in the Fan with his boyfriend, their geriatric dog, and many house plants.

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