Danielle graduated from the University of Florida in 2002 with a degree in Anthropology. She went on to become a volunteer for the United States Peace Corps based in Zambia, Africa. Throughout her service she worked closely with local schools developing lesson plans, conservation activities, created income generating activities for womenʼs groups and worked to help educate the local people on HIV/AIDS awareness.
After the Peace Corps, Danielle acquired a Masterʼs of Education in Instructional Leadership. She also began working at a Commercial Art and Design school in downtown Denver as an Assistant Director of Admissions. In this role, she was required to achieve weekly activity performance goals and pursue qualified candidates for enrollment. She was also responsible for supporting students through all aspects of the Admissions process and building close relationships with parents and students.
Danielle currently lives in Frisco with her family and has two children at Frisco Elementary. She is passionate about education and feels strongly that all students should have the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential. Danielle believes that if given the opportunity to become a member of the Summit School District Board of Education, she can bring passion, determination and focus back to academics and help raise the standard to the level our kids deserve.