Before launching into freelance writing in 2006, Danielle refined her research skills as a fact-checker and editorial assistant for print magazines and online publications. Besides consistent writing on health, wellness and travel, she enjoy continuously researching and writing on new topics. As examples of breadth, past projects have included translating a handbook of new compression treatments for vascular disease, writing university-level coursework in Jewish medical ethics and editing self-help materials based on Neuro-linguistic programming.
Danielle has ample exposure to SEO techniques, though for most of her clients, SEO considerations are secondary to the sound composition and informative content she offers. She has extensive experience with appropriate voice and formatting for online publication, corporate writing and sales.
Danielle holds a B.A. from Brown University in literary translation and comparative literature, which has provided a solid background in using language precisely toward specific goals. Her continuing studies in Neuro-linguistic programming and in the Feldenkrais Method both support her writing on health and wellness.