She brings more than 10 years of experience as a forensic psychologist and a leader in justice, mental health, alcohol and other drugs, and homelessness. She has overseen clinical work, financial and risk management, program evaluation and innovation, project management and stakeholder relationship development. She also brings an innovative, creative and positive approach to projects.
Danielle began her career as a forensic psychologist, working in private practice, with the courts, and in the justice system across New South Wales (NSW) and Victoria. She then entered the community services sector and held leadership roles for seven years, overseeing community and residential programs focused on AOD, community aged care, homelessness, emergency relief, financial counselling and allied health. She has been a guest speaker at Deakin University, supporting new psychologists in the community services and justice sectors. Her master’s degree research into offender readiness for treatment was integrated into Corrective Services NSW policy.
Danielle holds a Master of Forensic Psychology, qualifications in AOD and a Diploma of Management and Leadership.
Danielle enjoys going to the gym, dancing, listening to music, playing video games, watching movies, spending time with friends and eating yummy bakery foods like doughnuts.