Danika Tynes is the Founder of the Sustainable Access Foundation (SAF), a recognized Fulbright Consultant Roster appointee, and a dedicated researcher and advocate for global accessibility, equity, and sustainability. Her commitment to empowering organizations amplifies their sustainable services to communities. By championing community-driven development, open dialogue, and mentorship, Danika cultivates environments primed for agility, scalability, innovation, and meaningful impact. Her expertise in digital transformation and data analysis, particularly through her pioneering work in telehealth, propels initiatives to bridge digital divides and elevate digital literacy and inclusion among vulnerable populations worldwide.
Danika holds a BA in psychology and English, with a minor in Africa and New World studies, from Tufts University. She completed an MS in industrial/organizational psychology from San Diego State University, and she earned her PhD in international development from the University of Southern Mississippi. Currently, with a global outreach spanning from Quintana Roo, Mexico, to Atlanta, Georgia, Danika remains a steadfast force in promoting equitable digital landscapes and nurturing enduring partnerships for a sustainable future.