一个骄傲的威斯康星人, Danielle graduated from Marquette University in 2016 with a BS in Biomedical Sciences and a minor in Spanish for the 健康 Professions. She was such an involved student that she was called “Buddy the Elf: College Edition” on more than one occasion! After college Danielle did a year of post-graduate service with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps as a social worker in 华盛顿, D.C where she lived in community with other volunteers. She missed being on a college campus, and found herself moving to 佛蒙特州 to become an Admission Counselor at Saint Michael’s College. After spending four years at St. 迈克的, she decided to move to 纽约市 and joined the Barnard 招生 team as a 高级招生主任. In the office, Danielle oversees the Barnard 女校友 招生 Representatives (BAAR) program.
Danielle uses she/her/hers pronouns.
国际: Canada (excluding British Columbia)
国内: 伊利诺斯州, 马里兰, 密歇根, 纽约(布鲁克林), 佛蒙特州, Virginia (Northern - Arlington and Fairfax Counties), 华盛顿, D.C.
Why did you choose to work at Barnard?
作为一个狂热的女权主义者, I was drawn to Barnard’s mission driven work to empower women and address issues of gender in their full complexity. I am so excited to recruit future generations of Barnard women who will join our activist community and go on to change the world!
我是一个超级读者! I can often be found lost in one of the many books I’m currently reading on the subway, 在公园里, 或者坐在我的防火梯上. One of my all time favorite books is 布鲁克林有棵树 贝蒂·史密斯. Fun fact - my neighborhood branch of the Brooklyn Public 图书馆 is the library visited by Francie in the book!
What is your favorite thing to do in NYC?
I love walking around neighborhoods, looking at street art, and discovering local gems! There’s so much to see and do in this city - the opportunities are truly endless.
What is your favorite place on campus?
You might have already guessed this, but as a self proclaimed book nerd I absolutely have to go with the library at The Milstein Center!
What is a random fun fact about yourself?
I love to cook and bake - but am a bit of an experimental cook and tend to deviate from recipes! I can often be found dancing around my kitchen with a podcast or audiobook playing.