Staff - Development & Operations Team
Danielle previously served as Legal Assistant for the IRC. As a bi-cultural Chicana-Americana, her interests are in working in the field of immigration and women’s rights. She is currently pursuing a certificate program at California State University, Los Angeles in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies focusing on the intersection of Latinas, borders, and international law as way of preparation for a Master’s program in Global Affairs. She is a Southern California native with a Bachelor’s degree in Theology from Azusa Pacific University. Danielle has completed a 40-hour Basic Immigration Law training hosted by World Relief and Mennonite Central Committee.