Eliza Daniely-Woolfolk

Principal, EDW & Associates

Eliza Daniely-Woolfolk is the principal of EDW & Associates, a management consulting and leadership development firm specializing in economic, program and policy development for public agencies and nonprofit organizations.

Ms. Daniely-Woolfolk previously was the chief executive officer of Riverside County Coalition for Alternatives to Domestic Violence, a multi-service agency providing programs and services to residents of Riverside County. She oversaw all aspects of the organization’s development including strategic management, program operations and business initiatives. Prior to this position, Ms. Daniely-Woolfolk was the assistant deputy director of the Riverside County Housing Authority, responsible for the administration of a county-wide housing program incorporating financing, planning, acquisition and project initiatives with federal agencies, and state and local governments. She has also held senior management positions in marketing, business and policy development in the corporate sector. She has served on the Blue Shield of California Foundation’s Domestic Violence Advisory Group, Statewide Council on Domestic Violence and Riverside Housing Development Corporation, United Way of the Inland Valleys and the Superior Court of California, County of Riverside, Advisory Council. Ms. Daniely-Woolfolk is a board member of the Riverside Community Health Foundation and Harvest Pointe Community Development Corporation and is the past president of the Agency Executives Association serving Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. Ms. Daniely-Woolfolk has been recognized for her professional and civic engagement and has received awards and commendations from business groups, community organizations and the California legislature. She has presented at different forums including the Aspen Institute’s Policy Summit and has taught courses in nonprofit management at the University of California, Riverside and California State University, San Bernardino.

Ms. Daniely-Woolfolk is a graduate of Howard University and New York University in business administration and management. She is also a graduate of the Coro Foundation for Leadership Development, Harvard University Executive Education Program and La Sierra University, School of Business and Center for Philanthropy.