Donna holds a B.A. in political science from Amherst College and a Masters Degree in health advocacy from Sarah Lawrence College. Her areas of advocacy include mental health care, youth aging out of foster care, and health care for underserved populations. Donna has conducted fieldwork at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Andrus Children’s Center, and Westchester Children’s Association.
Donna recently completed her term as president of Scarsdale Synagogue and remains active on several committees and the board of trustees. Donna also serves on the board of My Sisters’ Place, working to end domestic violence. She has been an enthusiastic volunteer in her school district and served on several community boards.