Danielle DiLeo Kim, AIA, serves as Executive Director of PHILADELPHIA250, the coordinating organization planning Philadelphia’s commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the country in 2026. As a registered architect and urban designer, Danielle has been instrumental in the realization of institutional and cultural buildings, citywide and campus master plans, and engagement processes for community and high-level stakeholders in and around the Philadelphia region for over twenty years. Her past clients and projects include the Philadelphia City Planning Commission, PIDC, Mann Center, The Salvation Army Kroc Center, Fairmount Park Conservancy, University City District, and Temple University.
Danielle is actively engaged in the community and currently serves on the boards of Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia and the American Institute of Architects Philadelphia. She founded Clementine Montessori School in 2010 and was awarded the Young Architect Award by AIA Philadelphia in 2012. Danielle holds a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech. She lives with her husband and two daughters in the Fairmount neighborhood of Philadelphia where you’ll find her running or riding her bike.