Dana Silverman

Dana Silverman grew up in a small suburban neighborhood where you never had to tell a child to go play outside; in fact, you’d be hard-pressed to find one before dinnertime. As a child, Dana spent most of her time in one of three places: 1) the backyard trying to keep up with Nadia Comaneci’s gymnastics routines, 2) in the garage, building a time machine, or 3) in detention, playing the part of an unjustly imprisoned civil rights activist. Her wild imagination and far-fetched ideas got her a lot of flak, a broken arm, and the love of her life.