Daryle supports our community design and planning projects with partner organizations citywide. She conducts data analysis and visualization, designs and implements community engagement materials, tools and strategies, and coordinates logistics for and facilitates community workshops and meetings. She has recently worked to create an interactive engagement toolkit to identify New Yorkers’ neighborhood and housing experiences for Where We Live NYC, and is supporting municipalities across New York State in building government and community capacity to develop more equitable code enforcement strategies through Cities RISE.

Prior to joining Hester Street, Daryle planned and implemented educational programs focused on green building strategies and best practices at Urban Green Council. Daryle comes to HST with a background in sustainable urban and community development. She holds a B.A. in Global Environmental Studies and Urban Development and Social Change from Clark University, where she focused on strategies for overcoming deep-seated challenges in creating sustainable communities for people of color globally.