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Danielle has spent her entire life fighting for every day people. Growing up in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Danielle watched her parents work hard to make ends meet for their three children while still finding a way to take care of others. Her parents’ community-oriented approach to life instilled in her the importance of living a life of compassion and service. From a young age, Danielle has always made it a priority in her life to spend her free time volunteering at community organizations or finding ways to lead through service, like when she led a community-wide project to gather Christmas gifts for troops stationed overseas. 


Danielle volunteered in Central America where she took part in a year-long program aimed at supporting impoverished and orphaned children in El Salvador and Guatemala. After returning to the US, she attended college in South Florida, where she started a career in higher education before settling in Gainesville. Danielle holds a BA in Ministry from Palm Beach Atlantic University and a Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies from Biola University. 


Danielle is no stranger to advocating for what’s right. As an administrator in higher education, Danielle pushed for more equitable distribution of scholarship funding, allowing for more low-income students to access international education opportunities. During the height of the pandemic, she organized with local community leaders to push for a safe work environment for university staff and faculty. Most recently, Danielle co-organized the North Central Florida March for Reproductive Freedom and Justice as a long time advocate for women’s rights. Danielle is recognized as a skilled, dedicated, and passionate organizer in her community.

Whether it’s pushing for more equitable policies in the workplace, organizing protests, or speaking truth to power, Danielle knows how to address critical community-based issues. Danielle is running for Congress because as an active constituent of FL-03 and as a working-class resident of Alachua County, she realizes that our district’s challenges require community-first leadership.

We can't bring Real Representation to this district alone. We need supporters like you joining our grassroots campaign to flip FL-03 blue.

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