Dani Panitch

Operations and Programs Associate

Our Team

Dani supports Resetting the Table's programs and administrative systems. Driven by her passion for organizational psychology and community building, Dani looks for opportunities to bring people together in ways that transcend barriers and inspire meaningful connection. Dani has worked for various non-profit organizations and schools throughout Manhattan, such as UJA-Federation, MDRC (a social policy research organization), and Quest2Learn, providing research, teaching and programmatic support. A recent graduate of NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, Dani received a B.S. in Applied Psychology and minored in Creative Writing. During her time at NYU, Dani served as a student leader at the Bronfman Center for Jewish Life, where she was awarded the Student Exemplar of Excellence Award and was involved in many interfaith and cross-cultural initiatives on campus. She is a proud alumnus of Resetting the Table's Campus Internship program.


Resetting the Table’s team also includes a roster of 30+ intensively trained facilitators who support small and large group discussions across the country.

Programs and Services

Common programs we bring to campuses and communities.

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Facilitation Training

Building a field of skilled practitioners.

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Convener Training

Teaching leaders to build a culture of dialogue and deliberation for their constituents.

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Resetting the American Table

Bridging American divides.

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