Dana Litvack Molina joined the Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies in 2018. She spent the previous 10 years overseeing account management and finance for SureTech, a cloud computing and IT services company she co-founded. Dana worked as the Director of Volunteer Programs at Partnerships for Parks in New York City, where she oversaw event logistics and sponsorship for large-scale volunteer events, as well as recognition and grant programs for local volunteer groups. Prior to that she was program manager for the Foundation for a Civil Society, for their initiatives in Czech Republic and Slovakia. In her volunteer life, Dana is involved in many area non-profits and is currently on the boards of Housing Initiatives of Princeton and The Jewish Center. She has chaired annual benefit events for the Arts Council of Princeton and the Friends of the Princeton Public Library. She received her BA in English from Yale University and served as Peace Corps Volunteer in the Czech Republic.