Director of Communications | yes. every kid.
Danielle Chavez Treviño is a mission-driven communications professional with more than a decade of experience in public relations and strategic communications planning.
Currently, she serves as director of communications for yes. every kid. at Stand Together. Prior to this, she supported both non-profit organizations and for-profit businesses through communications planning and advising.
She is the former head of corporate communications with Rev.com, a tech company providing speech-to-text services, where she built out the organization’s first communications function, including support for internal communications and public and analyst relations.
Prior to her role at Rev, Danielle was vice president, marketing & communications, for the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, leading the organization’s media relations program, social media presence, and communications strategy.
Danielle served under Commissioner George P. Bush as the first-ever social media strategist at the Texas General Land Office, earning Texas’ oldest state agency the title of “Best State Agency on Twitter” from the Texas Social Media Research Institute two years in a row. Prior to her time at the Land Office, she played a key role in managing digital content for Gov. Greg Abbott’s initial gubernatorial campaign.
She is a member of the board of directors for the Austin Young Chamber and Communities In Schools of Central Texas, an organization that helps the most vulnerable students stay in school and succeed in life. Danielle is also an active member of The Junior League of Austin. She was named the 2022 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society South Central Texas Woman of the Year after raising more than $120,000 for cancer research and has also served as a member of the Austin Community Foundation Hispanic Impact Fund grants committee and Somos Austin host committee, a member of the Children’s Advocacy Centers of Texas Women of Courage committee, and a grant reviewer for All Together ATX through the United Way of Austin.
Danielle grew up in the Rio Grande Valley and is a graduate of Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University. She holds concurrently earned degrees from the Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication: a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a Master of Mass Communication. She and her husband, Fernando, reside in Austin, where they spoil the fluff out of their yorkie, Clover (instagram.com/cloverwhelmed 🐶).