Bachelor of Laws | Bachelor of Arts (Spanish and Development Studies) | Master of Environment (current)
Danielle is passionate about building resilience to climate change. She is in the final semester of her Master's of Environment where she has majored in Climate Change. Her particular interest area is risk management in relation to climate change from both a community and business perspective. She has experience working with a broad range of stakeholders including local governments, corporate entities, not-for-profits and grassroots organisations. She contributes an understanding of business and the regulatory environment to First Person Consulting. This understanding coupled with her critical thinking skills allow her to articulate useful findings for clients.
Prior to First Person Consulting, Danielle worked as a solicitor at both a corporate law firm and an indigenous' rights law firm. She has experience working with local government on urban planning matters and natural resource management, in addition to transactional commercial property matters and construction litigation. She also worked with indigenous communities on both historical land and natural resource management claims. She recently completed a placement at the City of Melbourne working on increasing the resilience of the municipality to extreme heat events.
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Danielle has a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Spanish and Development Studies) from Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. She completed a Permaculture Design Certificate in 2015. She is currently studying a Masters of Environment at the University of Melbourne majoring in Climate Change.