B.M in Music Therapy, minor in Psychology, Baldwin-Wallace College in 2000. She spent the first 3 years of her career working as a Music Therapist in a residential treatment facility for children and teens with behavioral health problems. Danielle then became the full-time Music Therapist at Lorain County Board of DD, where she spent 8 years working with children from 18 months old through adults into their 80’s. She led a choir for 18 adults with developmental disabilities and a children’s bell choir. She has a studio out of Royalton Music Center, where she sees children and adults with developmental/physical disabilities. Danielle also works with the iCan program in Independence, facilitating drum circles, music and movement activities, increasing self-esteem for individuals with all developmental disabilities and is a Musical Kaleidoscope instructor at Baldwin Wallace University where she teaches communication, socialization, direction following to children with developmental disabilities and their caregivers, through musical experiences. Danielle serves varying populations, including: cerebral palsy, quadriplegia, autism, speech delay, fine/gross motor delay, non-verbal individuals, individuals with augmentative communication devices, as well as many more. She is very excited to join the Music Therapy team here at The Fine Arts Association.