Dana M. Peck is a creative solutionist with a keen sense for technology with a wide range of experience with administrative, personnel and logistical processes with extensive word processing, spreadsheet, database and desktop publishing experience. As Director of Digital Solutions of the 129 year old AFRO American Newspaper, she works closely with team leads to help them manage their area’s information and improve efficiencies for the company. She manages their membership and circulation efforts and works closely with advertising clients to help them build their brand on the AFRO’s platforms.
A published author, she holds a B.A. International Relations degree from The Johns Hopkins University and two advanced degrees; a M.S. in Anthropology from SUNY Buffalo and a M.P.H. in Community Health from Emory University. She is married to husband Kevin and a mom to three children ages 14 to 19, bonus mom to three young adults ages 21 to 25 and primary caregiver to her dad who is 94 years young.