Adriana Dakin ignites cause-driven organizations and campaigns with digital strategy and social technology so that they grow in visibility and maximize impact.
Adriana leads digital audits, strategy writing, and campaign implementation with Fission. She uses technology innovation and communication to empower organizations and leaders. Previously, Adriana was a co-principal with The Madera Group, creating strategic plans for organizations such as Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America and coordinated online fundraising for the William J. Clinton Foundation. She has also served as a mediator with the Harvard Law School in Boston Courts, and as Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Kennedy School Review. She has worked and studied globally in countries such as Kazakhstan, Russia, Guatemala, India and China. Adriana received her MPP graduate degree from the Harvard Kennedy School, focusing in leadership, negotiation, and international security policy. She earned her BA in History from Wesleyan University with Honors and Phi Beta Kappa. When not working, she loves being crafty with sewing, knitting, pottery, and photography, and likes getting her two children interested too.