Danielle is a strategic thinker and consultant for both workplaces ready to uplift the gifts of a diverse team and create a more inclusive work environment, as well as women who want to transform their power in their professional and personal life. Through her 20+ years of non-profit leadership, teaching and equity work, Danielle inspires transformation and shakes up the approach to maximize the gifts of a diverse team — while making it all feel possible. Danielle also excels in social and racial justice, anti-bias education, transformational leadership, conflict transformation and restorative practices.
Danielle is a highly skilled facilitator and trainer. In 2002, she graduated from Chapman University with a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership, also known in the field as an MBA with heart! Her work centers around community and people; meet her and you’ll see both her enthusiasm and creativity in developing strategic approaches. Her colleagues and customers have called her a "trusted partner” and said, "Having her at the table will assure the success of your project and enable you to be your best in whatever it is that you are trying to achieve."One partner called her the "ultimate professional.”
Danielle was recently appointed by Fullerton City Council to serve on the Community Development Citizens Committee. She is a current Fellow in Hispanas Organized for Political Equality’s (HOPE) Leadership Institute. In 2012, she received a Governor's appointment to the Fair Employment and Housing Commission. Danielle has served on numerous boards, including serving as past Chair of The Violence Prevention Coalition in Orange County, the YWCA, Central Orange County.