Dana is a Principal based in RCLCO’s Denver, CO office. While Dana has had exposure to all of RCLCO’s practice groups, her primary focus is in the Real Estate Economics group, where she specializes in creative, data-driven solutions for untraditional development challenges. This includes a diversity of product types and land uses, with a particular emphasis on mountain resort development, outdoor recreation-oriented real estate, and development opportunities for extremely large landholders.

At RCLCO, Dana strives to develop tools that lead to efficient work processes and enhanced deliverables for clients. This includes strategic financial modeling to test various development programs and transaction strategies and building custom demand models. Dana is also part of RCLCO’s business intelligence team, where she continues to identify opportunities to better integrate data science with real estate.

Prior to joining RCLCO, Dana obtained a Master’s degree in City & Regional Planning (MCRP) from UNC-Chapel Hill and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Vanderbilt University. Originally from Colorado, Dana is an avid trail runner and backcountry skier with a passion for both urban environments and the great outdoors.

Speaking at the Following:

Mar 28

Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Housing Challenges in Resort Communities

10:45am – 12:15pm
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel, Salon 1-2 (Salon Level 2)

In recent years, thanks to trends toward remote work accelerated by the pandemic, communities with resort/tourist amenities have seen a population boom that was unexpected and, in many cases, unplanned for. As a result, home and rent prices have increased creating affordability challenges for residents, particularly those who support the very industries that make those […]

Mar 29

Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Using Data to Understand Local Housing Needs

8:00am – 9:30am
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel, Salon 3-4 (Salon Level 2)

This panel will feature data resources from the ULI Terwilliger Center, RCLCO, Vitalyst Foundation, and others that can provide context to local housing challenges. From using data to understand housing needs and strengthen the nexus between health and housing, to illustrating the extent to which regions across the US are rising (or failing) to meet […]