Lallement Bio
Danielle Lallement, Governor-Elect, District 5150
Danielle Lallement began her career as a trauma intensive care unit nurse in Reno, Nevada.  She relocated to the San Francisco area and is currently employed as a Unit Director at University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, managing both a surgical oncology and a respiratory isolation intensive care unit.
In 2007, she joined the Rotary Club of Sparks in Sparks, Nevada.  She relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area, and in 2013 she became a founding member and Charter President of the San Francisco Evening Rotary Club. Her club gave her a focus that included the engagement of young professionals into the organization, and she saw the need for the organization to innovate and become more relevant in today‚Äôs world.  In 2014, she was selected to participate in the Rotary Young Professionals Summit in Chicago, and in 2015, she organized and held the West Coast Young Professionals Summit in Berkeley, CA.  That same year, she was also selected by RI president, K.R. Ravi Ravindran to serve as the young professional advisor on the Rotary International Membership Committee. 
In 2016, she created and chaired the Rotary Connecting for Good Tour, the largest goodwill tour on the West Coast of the United States, involving 6 states and 14 cities.  Once the tour was completed, she helped create and charter the Castro Rotary Club in San Francisco.
She recently served on the Zone Advisory Committee for Zones 25/26 in 2017-2019 and was selected to serve as District Governor for District 5150 in 2021-2022. 
In March of 2020, as the COVID pandemic reached the San Francisco Community, Danielle and her team reopened the adult intensive care unit at the UCSF Mount Zion Campus in order to accommodate our COVID + patients.  She now manages both the COVID+ ICU at the UCSF Mount Zion Campus and the Surgical Oncology ICU at the UCSF Mission Bay Campus