Ms. Danielle Carmouche serves as the Communications and Graphic Design Specialist. In this role, she translates key messages from the research side of HARC into visual graphics utilizing precise and intuitive design. Throughout her professional career and at HARC, Ms. Carmouche thrives as a thoughtful partner creating compelling design elements for key projects and providing a creative lens for any organization.
Prior to joining HARC and most recently, Ms. Carmouche was the Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director for The Housing Authority of the City of Lafayette. With over twenty years of experience working in the non-profit sector, she has extensive experience guiding the development of programs and providing support as a collaborative team member.
At HARC, Ms. Carmouche is a designer of data visualizations and infographics for both internal and external uses. She works in partnership with all of HARC’s research and program areas to visualize marketing strategies, user and audience experiences, and both qualitative and quantitative research. In addition, she manages the content for all HARC social media accounts.
Ms. Carmouche graduated with a degree in General Studies, Behavioral Sciences from the University of Southwestern Louisiana, known today as the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
The new Strategic Plan includes new Mission and Vision statements, and comprehensive Strategic Initiatives and Actions that detail how we will develop and implement programs that address the challenges related to sustainability, resilience, and climate equity.
Investors, regulators, insurance companies, and rating agencies recognize the risks associated with climate change impacts and call for greater transparency. Beyond the growing push for decarbonization of the energy system, extreme weather increasingly affects business operations and the bottom line. HARC's Climate and Resilience series will feature reports and date meant to better prepare communities for climate change impacts.
HARC’s team announces the first in a series of white papers providing an analysis of the risks within Texas’ power sector, Powering the future: Texas Power Sector Pivoting to Climate Resilience. This position paper provides keen insight into the changing landscape of climate risk disclosure and climate change impacts on the power sector in Texas while highlighting key opportunities for resilience during this crucial time.