Ms. Danylchak earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Boston University in 2001 and a Master of Heritage Preservation degree from Georgia State University in 2008. From 2003 to 2009, Ms. Danylchak worked at the Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center in several roles, including Research Manager, Project Cataloger, and, most recently, as Special Projects Associate at the Cherokee Garden Library. She has also worked for Easements Atlanta, Inc. and has served as a Research Fellow for the Georgia Historic Landscape Initiative. In 2009, she and her colleagues from Georgia State University received a Preservation Achievement Award from the Historic Preservation Division for their work in preparing the National Register nomination for the Collier Heights neighborhood in Atlanta. In addition, Ms. Danylchak received the Jenny D. Thurston Memorial Award from the Atlanta Urban Design Commission in 2009 for her contributions to historic preservation in Atlanta. Ms. Danylchak was appointed Executive Director of the Buckhead Heritage Society in January of 2010.