Danielle supports the firm’s growing affordable housing practice developing data-driven analyses and approaches to improve housing affordability.
Danielle leverages a background in community development to support engagements aimed at improving housing affordability and equitable development across the nation. Currently, Danielle is supporting the development of a 10-Year Affordable Housing Plan for Greensboro, NC, a Regional Housing Production Plan for El Paso, TX, a Long-Term Affordability Feasibility Study for Detroit, MI, and the establishment of an acquisition/preservation affordable housing fund in Wake County, NC.
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 and developed a demographic and housing trends report for occupied properties and identified best practices to further inform programmatic policies.
Danielle holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan, where she concentrated in psychology and urban studies.