Daryl Olson has worn many hats in her work within the nonprofit world. Prior to coming to HYC, she spent the last four years working in Duluth, Minnesota at the American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO) serving individuals and families who have suffered from chronic homelessness. During her time with AICHO, Daryl served positions as the Family Service Case Manager, Gimaajii Program Coordinator, DV/SA Training Specialist and also worked on designing procedures and policies for the newly developed Property Management Team. She has dedicated much of her time to supporting clients and making sure that all their needs are met. During her time with AICHO, Daryl developed a Children’s Program for the permanent supportive housing program, and built community collaborations to meet the needs of the children, ages birth to 18 yrs. old. Daryl has been a spokesperson on domestic abuse issues in the Native community, and for the past few years, she has coordinated and developed trainings for service providers to spread awareness about the complexities of these matters. Daryl has a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood and Special Education, which she acquired from the University of Minnesota – Duluth. Originally from Duluth MN, she is a member of the Pascua Yaqui tribe. She takes pride not only in her professional accomplishments, but also in her role as a mother raising two boys who love hockey.