Danielle serves as a design team member at JRA working on projects ranging from single-family residences to high rise office buildings. Her innate organizational and analytic abilities contribute strongly to the firm's research-based design approach. Danielle's professional interests include examining the relationship between the environment and social behavior in urban public spaces and architecture-based pedagogical theory. A Midwesterner at heart, she received a Master in Architecture degree with High Distinction and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan, where her work was included in multiple student exhibitions and her writing featured in the online publication Agora. At Michigan, she was the recipient of the Metzger Scholarship from 2011-2013 and the Architecture Alumni Scholarship in 2011-2012. Danielle's interests include drawing, building, traveling and getting outside of her comfort zone. When not hiking the Incan Trail to Machu Picchu, she can be found visiting with family and friends or at home dreaming up a new project.