Danielle Hutchings Mieler, PE is a principal resilience analyst for the City and County of San Francisco’s Office of Resilience and Capital Planning where she brings her passion for working with local governments, infrastructure operators, engineers, planners, and residents to jointly plan and act to create a more climate and earthquake resilient Bay Area. In this role, Danielle manages the San Francisco Lifelines Council, Earthquake Safety Implementation Program and Tall Buildings Study. Danielle previously served as the resilience program coordinator for the Association of Bay Area Governments and interim deputy chief resilience officer for the City of Oakland. Danielle has also worked as a research engineer for GNS Science, New Zealand’s Crown Research Institute and several geotechnical engineering firms where she performed field investigations and seismic hazard assessments. She received a B.S. and M.S. in Civil Engineering from UC Berkeley and a B.A. in Sociology from UC Santa Cruz. Danielle was selected in the inaugural class of Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) Housner Fellows and is currently Vice President of the EERI Board of Directors.