Danielle is a passionate public affairs professional dedicated to access for all. She is a pragmatic organizer with a demonstrated history in community-oriented advocacy, multi-generational engagement, public relations, service-learning, and secondary and post-secondary educational affairs. She is an innovator skilled in applicable, evaluative mechanisms that are utilized to build better programming.
Danielle created a notable educational portfolio comprised of a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Master of Public Affairs in Social Change and Innovation from Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis. Danielle complimented her portfolio with certifications in emotional CPR from the Marion County Commission on Youth (MCCOY), in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the workplace from USF Corporate Training and Professional Education, and in Anti-racism & LGBTQ+ competencies from Borderland Rainbow Center.
Danielle renews herself in her family’s company – her wife, Belinda and their daughter, Kianah. The three enjoy being outside, riding bikes, roller-skating, and walking in nature. They explore all of Indianapolis’s cultural happenings or spend the weekend watching movies and playing highly competitive board games