Danielle is a third year doctoral student in Public Policy and Management at the Price School of Public Policy. Her research interests include program evaluation, prisoner reentry policy, anti-povety programs, and education policy. Currently she is working on a project that evaluates the academic and behavioral impacts of a museum education program. She is also in the initial stages of undertaking the evaluation of a reentry program that enables former offenders to live with family members who receive public housing assistance.
Danielle earned her Masters in Public Policy from American University in Washington, DC, and her BA from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Last fall she was a teaching assistant for Public Policy and Planning Analysis (PPD 373).