Dani is Ready to Listen and Lead.
Dani (pronounced like “Sunny” with a “D”) is running for City Council to bring the full promise of Cincinnati — affordable, quality housing, strong communities, and a better future for the next generation — to everyone in our city.
Dani has spent his career empowering communities
He knows that lasting, effective change comes when the people who live the issues are part of creating the solutions. That is why he founded Cohear, a community engagement organization, to elevate the voices of everyday people and improve the decisions being made in our communities.
Dani got his start as a community organizer for President Obama’s campaign, went on to Yale Law School, and has worked for years to register new voters, protect the right to vote, and elect Democrats all over the country.
Dani started his career helping re-elect President Obama in Cincinnati
Dani is a lifelong Cincinnatian
He is a first-generation American, and a proud graduate of Walnut Hills High School. Dani’s parents pursued the American dream — from cleaning apartments to starting successful businesses — so that he and his siblings could access opportunity and education. From their example, Dani was raised to believe in hard work and service to others.
Vision for Cincinnati
Dani’s platform for City Council is rooted in the years he has spent at Cohear listening to and learning from people across Cincinnati. His campaign will focus on access to housing, equitable growth, workforce development, and closing racial wealth and health gaps. Dani will publish specific proposals throughout the campaign, informed by sustained community conversations and feedback.