Danielle has more than fifteen years of academic and museum experience. She is currently an Adjunct Professor at Fairfield University teaching Modern Art and History, Theory, and Practice of Museums. She also serves as a Museum Specialist to the Aldrich Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut, focused on Adult Learning. Earlier, she supported the launch of the National Gallery Singapore, serving as Senior Manager of Adult Learning and trained a team of more than 200 docents. Danielle has designed and facilitated cross-disciplinary educational programs, led in-gallery tours, lectured, and built programs for adult audiences at other institutions including The Museum of Modern Art, The Fogg Art Museum at Harvard, Salve Regina University, and The British National Trust at Tyntesfield. Danielle earned her BA from Trinity College, her MA from Boston University in Art History and her Ed.M in Education from Harvard University. She is a member of the National Art Education Association and the New England Museum Association.