Danielle grew up in Northern New Jersey where she attended a science and technology high school. She continued her studies at Cornell University, earning a degree in chemical and biomolecular engineering and a minor in business. After graduating from Cornell, Danielle accepted a position as a technology strategy consultant at Deloitte, working across life sciences and healthcare. She is currently a student at Columbia Business School with a concentration in technology and innovation. While at school, she has interned in product management for a non-profit, product development for a start-up, and product operations management at Google.
Danielle has been tutoring since she was in high school in subjects ranging from math and chemistry to, more recently, MBA admissions. Danielle has served as a teaching assistant, as well as a student-athlete tutor. While at Cornell, she was honored as the Chemical Engineering Teaching Assistant of the year, and at Columbia Business School, Danielle is an Hermes Society Member for MBA admissions. At Cambridge Coaching, Danielle supports students in economics, statistics, as well as other business topics. She also works as an MBA admissions strategy coach.
Outside of academics, Danielle enjoys dancing, mentoring and connecting with Cornell alumni, blogging about food, traveling, and playing with her Yorkie named Eggplant.