Role at FSG
Danielle supports two of FSG’s managing directors as part of the Seattle operations team. Her responsibilities include scheduling meetings with external clients, internal calendar management, travel coordination, and supplementary work with FSG case teams.
Prior to joining FSG, Danielle worked as an administrative assistant in the private sector. From 2013-2015, she served in the US Peace Corps as a Community Health Development Agent in Burkina Faso and Senegal, West Africa. Her work in Peace Corps focused primarily on malaria treatment/prevention, child malnutrition, and hygiene. Danielle’s final project was cross-sectorial in nature, addressing the correlation between community literacy and access to healthcare, where she created a grant-funded library and internet café serving 18,000 people in a rural village in Senegal.
- University of Washington, B.S. in Biology
On working at FSG
“After my experiences in international development, my passions have strongly aligned with work in social change. Coming to FSG, the passion for the work is palpable and the dedication is evident. FSG is made up of strong, motivated individuals who care deeply about making positive change in this world. I feel extremely lucky to have the privilege to work alongside each and every one of them.”