With over 20 years of experience on camera as an interviewer, spokesperson and correspondent, Danielle’s natural gift for storytelling has helped some of the world’s most iconic brands successfully tell stories that drive measurable results. Her work as an award winning former tv news anchor and her current work as a digital correspondent for national brands, has taken her coast-to-coast — telling stories — marking her presence online with thousands of social media moments. As a result, she has been featured nationally on Good Morning America, the CBS Early Show, Fox News, MSNBC, NPR, as well as in USA Today, Forbes, and Publisher’s Weekly.
Two-time author and founder of PrettyExtraodinary.com, she reaches over 100k+ in her own digital channels,
Her on-camera experience includes interviews with everyone from athletes (Drew Brees, Cal Ripken, Jr.) to celebrities (Mandy Moore, Miranda Lambert, Tim Gunn) to politicians and everyday Americans. She once did 27 interviews in 4 hours via satellite.
Danielle’s enthusiasm, ability to both speak to a wide variety of topics, and power to engage her audience has made her a sought-after public speaker, especially in the world of social media. She has authored two books: Mom, Incorporated: A Guide to Business + Baby and Social Media Engagement for Dummies. Danielle makes ‘Give Good, Get Good’ a motto she lives by – aiming to teach her children to give of themselves daily. She believes strongly in cause marketing and ‘social good’ working specifically on campaigns that have benefited children, the military and focused on strengthening family relationships. She has partnered with P&G, State Farm, and championed the Fight Against Child Hunger with Con Agra Foods. She has spent time as a Social Good Ambassador for Johnson & Johnson and as a Fellow for Save the Children.