Daniel Ronan is an arts, culture, and heritage professional based in Chicago. He brings over eight years of experience in the nonprofit sector, with experience working in museums, tourism, international relations, and community development corporations. Daniel serves on several nonprofit boards, including the International Council of Museums U.S.– an international museum association – Docomomo Chicago– an advocacy organization for modern architecture and design – and on the auxiliary board of the National Museum of Mexican Art– a neighborhood art institution. In his spare time, he likes to travel on Amtrak, visit museums, and ride his bike.
Resilient Heritage History
In November 2014, Daniel founded Resilient Heritage as a blog for a more broadened discourse of historic preservation including a more nuanced and inclusive conversation about the possibility of historic preservation to lift up community efforts as they apply to shaping the built environment. In May 2019, he converted the Resilient Heritage blog into a full-time business website. He currently is a member of Forefront and a member of The Association of Consultants to Nonprofits in Chicago.
You may contact Daniel at [email protected] or (503) 449-2155.