Danielle Moore is the Port of San Diego’s newest port commissioner. Earlier this month, she was officially sworn into the seven-member board that governs the port.
The native San Diegan and Howard University School of Law alum is an attorney with more than a decade of experience. Her practice focuses on the renewable energy industry.
“Danielle’s knowledge and expertise in renewable energy, infrastructure, and finance will greatly benefit the port as we move forward with our Maritime Clean Air Strategy initiatives and critical infrastructure projects,” port Chairman Dan Malcolm said.
Vice Chairman Rafael Castellanos also touted Moore’s experience.
“As the port seeks greener and cleaner energy sources through large state and federal infrastructure investments, Danielle’s renewable energy expertise will help the port achieve greater investments in solar energy, advancements in shore power, and expanded installation of electric vehicle charging stations and microgrids,” he said.