• About

  • Danielle is originally from upstate New York, but was raised in Denver. Spending summers in rural diary country while building a life in the city of Denver has given her an appreciation for the variety of livelihood strategies, environments, and cultures experienced by people across the world, and led her to study anthropology for her undergraduate and graduate degrees, and to pursue agro-ecological farming methods in Colorado and Ecuador.

    Danielle is currently a full-time anthropology faculty member and department chair of the Sociology, Anthropology and Women’s Studies programs at the Community College of Denver. Additionally, she is pursuing a PhD in geography at the University of Denver, and is interested in the impacts of climate change on small-holder subsistence agriculture in Latin America, traditional ecological knowledge as a component of resilience and adaptive capacity, and human migration as a response to environmental change.

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