Danielle joined Oxeon with the desire to aid the nation’s most vulnerable populations. While attaining a B.S. in Psychobiology at UCLA, Danielle channeled these ambitions throughout various rotations at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. In the process she was exposed to the lack of effective treatments available to the most at-risk patients. Danielle realized that at its root, this inequity stems from the lack of diversity in clinical trials and spent her post-graduate pursuits as a growth strategist for Aces Health, a digital health platform focused on innovating clinical research.
Born and raised in Belgium, but having spent her youth on the North Fork of Long Island, Danielle is overjoyed to have found her way back to New York. Most mornings Danielle can be found walking along to an episode of A Healthy Dose from the West Village to Oxeon’s Hudson Square headquarters. As a strong advocate of self care, Danielle is constantly in pursuit of the city’s best yoga class, plant store, and farmers market. Although, truth be told, she spends the majority of her free time at the local Cuban diner, but hey that counts as self care…right?