Danielle Mieler is a Principal Resilience Analyst in the Office of Resilience and Capital Planning. Danielle oversees the San Francisco Lifelines Council, Tall Building Initiative, and implementation of the 30-year Earthquake Safety Implementation Program. She also contributes to citywide resilience planning efforts, such as hazard mitigation, climate adaptation, and disaster recovery planning.
Danielle has broad experience advising cities and counties on best practices for hazard mitigation and climate adaptation plans, developing disaster recovery plans, designing mitigation programs and policy to address earthquake vulnerable housing, hazard and risk analysis for infrastructure systems. Prior to joining the City and County of San Francisco, Danielle was Resilience Program lead for the Association of Bay Area Governments, Interim Deputy Resilience Officer for the City of Oakland and Risk Engineer for GNS Science in New Zealand and worked as a consulting engineer. Danielle served on the Board of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) from 2015-2018 and was selected in the inaugural class of EERI Housner Fellows.