Dani Douglas is a researcher, advocate, and educator serving as Research Coordinator at GLJ-ILRF, where she draws on her background in qualitative research and policy analysis to support work around labor migration. Dani has contributed to projects for domestic and international organizations on topics ranging from labor rights, to migration, rural economic development, and access to social services. She is passionate about community engagement, and has provided direct support to the families of migrant farmworkers in upstate New York, taught English as a second language with AmeriCorps in Colorado, and spent time as a journalist in Morocco writing on the local impacts of solar energy development projects. Dani holds a M.A. in Law and Diplomacy from The Fletcher School at Tufts University and a B.A. in Anthropology and International Relations from the University of Rochester.