Danielle is c21’s 2021 intern. In this role, Danielle engages with client accounts and develops social media strategy, email marketing efforts, event coordination, media relations and more.
Danielle is a May 2020 graduate of The University of Georgia (Go Dawgs!) with Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in marketing and international business. Danielle also completed a sport management minor and a certificate in personal and organizational leadership through the highly selective Institute for Leadership Advancement Fellows program. In addition, she was a four-year recipient of the Zell Miller Scholarship for academic excellence. While at UGA, Danielle worked directly with the UGA Varsity baseball team as an intern primarily devoted to special events coordination and on-field game efficiency management. She also interned with UXSTRAT, an international user experience and design conference, writing content and creating graphics for their social media.
After graduating from UGA, Danielle returned to the classroom to pursue a Master of Science degree in Marketing, Management, and Communications at Toulouse Business School located in Toulouse, France. After studying abroad in summer of 2019, she fell in love with the French culture and landscapes. One year later, in August 2020, she picked up and moved to a foreign country in the middle of a global pandemic.
Although born and raised in Atlanta, Danielle has a passion for traveling internationally. Each year since she was 16, she has visited the small African country of eSwatini, where she volunteered at a children’s orphanage for two weeks at a time. She also spoke at the Global Youth Leadership Conference in Taiwan and helped fundraise for a clean water project. Her favorite place that she has explored, however, is the Provence region of France, as she cherished frolicking through the lavender fields and swimming up and down the clear waters of the Mediterranean coast.
In her free time, you can find Danielle cuddling with her Golden Retriever, Chessa, binge watching any comedy shows, or exercising her craftiness through calligraphy, coloring and/or jewelry making.