Mid-Atlantic Manager

Daniel Paschall

Based in Philadelphia, Daniel Paschall is the East Coast Greenway Alliance’s Mid-Atlantic Manager. 

In this role, Daniel carries region-wide responsibilities for all aspects of Greenway development, advocacy and state committee and volunteer engagement. He supports communities along the route in Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland as they plan, build and maintain sections of the Greenway.

Before joining the East Coast Greenway Alliance in July 2017, he served as a transportation/urban design intern with the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission's Office of Transit, Bicycle, and Pedestrian Planning in Philadelphia. Daniel also worked as a research analyst for the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy in New York City and as a communications and customer service coordinator for The Green Project in New Orleans. 

Daniel holds a master's in city and regional planning from Pratt Institute's School of Architecture and a B.S. in environmental engineering from Northwestern University. He grew up in northern Virginia, outside of Washington, D.C., and loves exploring by bike his adopted home of Philadelphia. 

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Together, let's grow the Greenway

Recent record-setting funding for design and construction goes directly to building the East Coast Greenway - as it should. The East Coast Greenway Alliance needs your support to continue our advocacy work that is fueling completion of the Greenway. The Alliance has a sustained track record of turning every dollar donated to our nonprofit into $100 in public infrastructure investment. Invest today and support the growth of the East Coast Greenway from Maine to Florida.