Dana Dornsife is an international humanitarian and a passionate supporter of health, education and sustainability.
A longtime benefactor of USC, she and her husband David donated $200 million to the university in 2011.
Their monumental gift named the USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences in perpetuity and remains the single largest gift in the university’s history.
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As part of their philanthropy, the Dornsifes are also working on microenterprise and literacy in Mauritania, West Africa. In partnership with World Vision, they advance water well drilling, sanitation and hygiene in 10 other countries in Africa.
They remain steadfastly dedicated to bringing clean water, improved agriculture and higher literacy to struggling nations.
Together, they have improved the lives of more than one million people throughout Niger, Ghana, Mali, Ethiopia and Zambia. Dana received her undergraduate degree in business from Drexel University in Philadelphia.
She also earned an interior design certification from John F. Kennedy University and a lighting design certification through the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
Dana is also president and founder of Lazarex Cancer Foundation. Its mission is to help end-stage cancer patients navigate their clinical trial options and to provide financial support, if needed, for clinical trial participation. In addition, she serves on the governing board of the Yosemite Conservancy, and on the board of Global Healing, which provides modern health care in developing countries. Dana is a board member of the USC-Huntington Institutes for Advanced Study and the USC Brain and Creativity Institute within the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.
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