Dana Langham is a strategy consultant and fundraising veteran currently responsible for building lasting relationships with Fortune 500 companies in driving shared value support for Save the Children’s programs in the U.S. and around the world.
For over 10 years, Dana has worked with Save the Children colleagues to create multi-stakeholder partnerships that drive transformational impact for vulnerable children and their families on the ground; inspire product and service innovation to build healthier and more productive futures for children; catalyze convening and issue advocacy; and develop unique cause marketing campaigns to enhance brand awareness and reputation. She has partnered with visionary leaders in private foundations, as well as corporate and brand marketers from a wide variety of leading companies such as Accenture, Chevron, The Walt Disney Company, Johnson & Johnson, Mondelēz, PepsiCo, P&G, TJX, Toys’R’Us and Walmart.
Prior to joining Save the Children, Dana was a partner at Marketing Corporation of America, a leading marketing consultancy. Dana led client engagements involving business strategy, branding, new product development and channel management for companies such as American Express, AT&T, Bermuda Tourism, Entergy, GTE, Harrah’s and Subway Restaurants.
Dana also worked as a senior client lead in Deloitte’s NYC-based management consulting practice for five years. She started her career at Bank of America in the international division on Wall Street. She received her B.A. in economics from Tufts University and an M.B.A. in finance from New York University.
Dana and her husband Jim live in Westport, Connecticut, where they raised three children. The family hosted children for over 20 years from organizations such as A Better Chance, Fresh Air Fund and AFS International. The family is also proud to sponsor five children in Egypt, Mali, Uganda, the Philippines and Vietnam through Save the Children.