Danielle joined the firm in Tampa as an Associate after clerking in the Fort. Lauderdale office during her law school career. Danielle represents clients at both the trial and appellate level, and focuses on maintaining excellent communication and customer service with her clients.
For her undergraduate studies, Danielle attended Georgia College & State University, where she graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Biology. During her studies, Danielle served as a research assistant to the Dean of the Department of Biological & Environmental Studies. Through her work she isolated and discovered a Mycobacteriophage and named it Milly, after the town of Milledgeville, GA. Her work has been recognized by the National Center for Biotechnology Information and was utilized for a published comprehensive study on mycobacteriophages.
During her legal studies at Washington University in St. Louis School of Law, Danielle served as Senior Staff Editor for the Washington University Law Review. She was elected Secretary of the Student Bar Association as well as the Health Law Association , and served as a member for the Women’s Law Caucus. Danielle was also selected as a student advisor to the Dean as a member of the Dean’s Advisory Committee.
In her free time, Danielle has served as a volunteer for the Alzheimer’s Association, Arthritis Foundation, and participated in a number of 5Ks to support other causes. Danielle is an avid reader of mystery, thriller, and Sci-Fi novels. She is also passionate about cooking and desires to travel the world.