Danielle supports a variety of neighborhood and community development projects in HR&A’s Washington DC office.
Currently, Danielle is assessing the equitable housing needs of the City of Atlanta, developing a housing framework in Houston on behalf of the Texas Organizing Project, and supporting a housing affordability study for the National Multifamily Housing Council.
Prior to joining HR&A, Danielle worked at the Detroit Land Bank Authority as a project liaison for the agency’s Occupied Properties Program. She began at the authority as a Bloomberg Associates Fellow, where she developed a demographic and housing trends report and identified best practices to further inform programmatic policies. She also held an internship with Nortown Community Development Corporation, where she researched blighted commercial and residential properties in Northeast Detroit and contributed to a Quality of Life Plan for the neighborhoods.
Danielle holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan, where she concentrated in Psychology and Urban Studies.