Ana Daniela Rodriguez
Master of Design Studies
Real Estate and the Built Environment ‘18
Daniela is a 2016 FIABCI (International Real Estate Federation) Scholar. At Harvard she is an MDes Real Estate candidate where she is focussing her studies in development and investment. She is also part of the Communications team at the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies where she hopes to help leaders in business, design and the civic sectors make decisions that effectively address the needs of cities and communities.
Prior to Harvard, Daniela worked at BDG Architects in Miami, Florida where she applied her skills to a range of projects including residential and commercial construction and managed multi-disciplinary, multi-consultant project teams. Additionally, she was the Project Coordinator at iCapital PM, an international developer building its first multi-family condominium project in the United States. Daniela received a Master of Science in Construction Management from Florida International University and a Bachelor of Architecture from Philadelphia University. She is also an active tennis player and devotes her spare time to manage her non-profit organization Foundation RELIEF! providing housing for families affected by natural disasters (teamrelief.org).