As Vice President, Danielle Ball Latteri oversees the Jamboree Community Impact and Supportive Housing team of nearly 50 staff who deliver customized resident services across Jamboree communities. She works with Jamboree’s housing development team to identify and bring together innovative groups of local partners to form Community Collaboratives
that offer customized services to Jamboree residents as well as to surrounding neighborhoods.
These partnerships are a vital part of developing affordable housing, serving as a platform for community change. For our special needs
residents, these strategic collaborations leverage a variety of professional, trauma-informed mental health service providers who offer residents ongoing, onsite support based on individual needs so they remain stable and thrive in our Permanent Supportive Housing
Danielle joined Jamboree in 2019 as the Director of Supportive Services. Advancing to Senior Director, she was instrumental in growing a team of three to more than 20 onsite staff, including clinical services and program managers plus housing and resident services coordinators. Today, she leads the ongoing development of service programs that are responsive to the specific needs
of a given community. This means that outcomes are measured
and programming can evolve to adapt to changing needs of residents and communities.
Prior to Jamboree, Danielle served as Lead Service Coordinator for Step Up On Second, where she was part of a full-service partnership team as a clinician treating homeless individuals experiencing severe and persistent mental illness. She provided clinical guidance and training of social work staff as well as client-centered therapy and crisis management.
Danielle is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is a graduate of Pepperdine University where she received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and minored in social work and nonprofit management. She received her master’s degree in counseling at Southern Methodist University.
Of her work Danielle says, “I love being part of someone’s story. It’s a privilege to provide a home for so many individuals – whether they stay with Jamboree for one year or 10 years. Housing can change the trajectory of someone’s story.” In her free time, Danielle enjoys traveling and being outdoors in nature, mountain biking, skiing, and hiking. Guiding principle:
Treat others as you would like to be treated. This guides me in all that I do at Jamboree.