Dani Kercher

Danielle graduated from Pepperdine University with a B.A. in Psychology and has since found her passion for working with underprivileged populations. Previous to iACT, she worked with at-risk youth providing crisis interventions and trauma-informed care. She currently works from iACT’s main headquarters in Southern California serving as a point of administrative support to its operations and programs.

Danielle’s hope for 2020 impact: A community of iACTivists

Danielle’s hope for 2020 impact: A community of iACTivists

My goal for 2020 is to build a community of iACTivists. People who, not only feel a shared sense of responsibility and want to act, but who also share and continuously develop their own qualities of open-mindedness, curiosity, creativity, comfortability with uncertainty, and a practice of relational attunement.

iACTivist, a Mindful Humanitarian Pathway

iACTivist, a Mindful Humanitarian Pathway

Blog We are days away from piloting iACTivist, a mindful humanitarian pathway; an idea that was born years ago. From our origin story to now, we have always done things a little differently than a traditional or larger organization. iACT’s approach from the very...