Daniella Djiogan

Project Coordinator

Phone: 301-885-1340, x2201

Daniella Djiogan serves as the Project Coordinator at the Charles County Economic Development Department (EDD). Her responsibilities include coordinating activities, programs, and office operations for redevelopment programs and other departmental projects. Ms. Djiogan serves as a liaison between internal and external stakeholders, assisting in program planning and development.

Prior to joining the EDD, Ms. Djiogan worked in various program support roles for a variety of organizations, including the renowned international peacebuilding organization, Search for Common Ground. She brings years of experience working in the Dallas region with immigrant and refugee youth, as well as involvement in community organizing efforts and promoting outreach efforts to better serve the African immigrant community.

Ms. Djiogan holds a bachelor of science degree in Economics with a minor in Business Administration from Texas A & M University and a master’s degree in International Development from the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom.

In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, learning, and immersing herself in others’ cultures because of her interest in building cross-cultural understanding in different communities.

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