Dana Albright is a wildly enthusiastic marketing specialist with nearly 20 years managing marketing strategy and communications. She has proven experience across multiple industries including healthcare, commercial real estate, financial services, and logistics. She is a natural leader who loves using the science of marketing to achieve growth and sustainable business results. She has earned a solid reputation as a key thought leader and strategic partner, and has been tapped with special appointments to highly-visible projects and specialized leadership training. Dana received her MBA from the Marshall School of Business in 2011, a BA in English from Spelman College in 1994. Early in her career, she worked in TV production and remains affiliated with the National Association of Minorities in Communications.
Dana has a long history of community service, and has been recognized for her many contributions in advocacy for disenfranchised teenage girls and victims of domestic violence. Most recently, she was asked by Pasadena CityCouncilman John Kennedy to chair the “Business Committee for Racial Equity,” a committee formed in the wake of George Floyd’s death to address racial equity within businesses and nonprofits in Pasadena. She is a committed woman who exemplifies the adage that “to whom much is given, much is required.”
Dana loves to travel, listen to audiobooks, attend live concerts, watch NFL football, and is currently taking classes in American Sign Language. She has been happily married to her husband, Eugene, for seven years.