Raised in Tampa, Florida, Danielle realized at an early age the impact that finding the perfect home can have on a person. In high school, Danielle worked for a condominium complex as a hostess, where she discovered just what it means to use your skills to create positive change in the lives of others. As a natural people-person, Danielle was able to match the perfect home to the right client. A Florida native, her dream was to be a Gator—where she knew she could receive the training and education she needed to take her talents and passions to the next level.
At the University of Florida, Danielle pursued her skills in communications and public relations as a Telecommunications major. As a student, she worked in everything from reporting at WUFT News, to public relations as the Press Secretary for a State House of Representative campaign where she utilized her minor in Political Science. Working as the Press Secretary for multiple local campaigns, Danielle earned skills and experience in social media management, digital marketing, SEO, and event planning.
As a recent UF graduate, Danielle has found her place at iLS network where she can once again incorporate her passion for helping others into the apartment industry. Working as a a Digital Marketing Associate for the company, Danielle is learning how she can make the search for an apartment as easy for others as it was for her, because she understands the importance of individuals being matched to their idea of a perfect home. Danielle is excited to be using her knowledge of digital marketing to make the online process of apartment searching an easy, enjoyable experience for renters.
In Danielle's spare time, you can find her outdoors. Whether it's kayaking at Lake Wauburg, camping in the Tennessee Mountains, hiking through Colorado, or simply reading a book on the porch, you can always find her outside and with her suitcase packed, ready for the next adventure. Although she loves to travel, Danielle knows that home is where the heart is—and as any true Gator knows, it's in The Swamp. Go Gators!