Danielle is presently a graduate student at Colorado State University in the Statistics PhD program, with an interest in the intersection of the environment and public health. A recent graduate of The College of New Jersey (summa cum laude), Danielle has a Bachelor’s of Science in Mathematics and a specialization in statistics. She is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, and Pi Mu Epsilon National Honor Societies. She has conducted biostatistics research, is proficient in R programming, and has presented at several conferences (ENAR, JSM).
Danielle has been tutoring students in mathematics and statistics since 2012, with ages ranging from kindergarten to undergraduate seniors, and she is now a teaching assistant at Colorado State University. She enjoys deciphering mathematics/statistics with students who have not quite cracked the code! Often, the singular way in which a teacher or professor presents material may not always click with every student. Therefore, she views her role as a math/stat tutor to function as a guide through a student's mathematical journey, translating what is taught in the classroom into digestible information. She believes that a strong mathematics education is key for success and enjoys being able to help develop this in the students she tutors.
While she is not tutoring, she likes going to the gym, playing piano, hoop dancing, reading, and crocheting!