Danielle is an experienced architect who has designed and documented civic, educational, institutional, and residential projects. She has overseen the design and construction for multiple projects located in New York, California, and London. Most recently she was the project manager for the complex rehabilitation of the Inquirer Building in Philadelphia. Danielle believes that supporting the work of everyone on a project team leads to the best design solutions.
Danielle graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where she concentrated on Geo-Environmental Engineering, Sustainable Building Design, and Environmental & Ecological Systems. She has a passion for community service and has worked with several volunteer groups including RPI Relief, where she assisted local communities in recovering from hurricanes Irene and Sandy; Community Based Intelligence, as a volunteer teaching assistant and program coordinator helping disabled high school students gain independence; and Habitat for Humanity, NYC.