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The Curators


Tya Winn, Executive Director

A trained architect, Tya Winn comes to the Collaborative after serving as the Director of Project Planning & Design for Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia. Her experience also includes working for the Philadelphia Housing Authority and Logan Community Development Corporation. She brings a deep understanding of the Philadelphia design and community development landscape to the work of the Collaborative, and has a deep commitment to using design as a way to tackle social justice issues.

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Danielle Currica, Evaluation and Engagement Manager

Danielle Currica is a professional dance artist with a parallel career in non-profit arts administration and program management. Most recently at Headlong, she served as both the organization-wide administrator and manager of the Incubated Artist program, providing fiscal sponsorship, financial management, and fundraising advice, along with planning and strategic thinking, among other services, to dance and theater artists who are women, trans and/or persons of color. She is a soloist and choreographer for the Peek a Boo Revue, performing as Sophie Sucre. Danielle was named Outstanding Performer at the 2008 Mid-Atlantic American College Dance Festival before receiving her BFA in Dance/Choreography, summa cum laude, from the Virginia Commonwealth University in 2009.

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Kim Wunner, Communications

Kim Wunner brings 20 years of marketing and communications experience to the Collaborative. Her career started in non-profit organizations, where her passion for elevating people and culture led her to work with organizations including WHYY, Planned Parenthood, and Beyond Celiac. Her experience intersects with online fundraising and technology platforms—she has produced 5Ks, ran corporate sponsorship programs, and produced virtual events. In 2020, she founded Kim Wunner Consulting and Coaching, where she brings strategy and direction to the growth of women-owned small businesses and nonprofit organizations.


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