Danielle recently graduated summa cum laude from The College of New Jersey with a BS in mathematics and a specialization in statistics. She is part of the Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, and Pi Mu Epsilon National Honor Societies. She conducts biostatistics research and has presented at conferences such as ENAR and JSM. In 2020, she will be attending The Ohio State University in their Biostatistics PhD program and will be focusing on the intersection of environment and public health.
Danielle has been tutoring students, ages ranging from kindergarten to undergraduate seniors, in mathematics since 2012. She enjoys deciphering mathematics and statistics for students who have not yet cracked the code! Different teaching methods work for different students, and she believes a tutor’s role is to guide a particular student's mathematical journey. By translating what is taught in the classroom into more digestible information, she hopes to help all her students develop strong mathematics foundations.
When she is not tutoring, she likes going to the gym, playing piano, hoop dancing, and crocheting!