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Danielle and her family moved to Weston in 2000. She and her husband, Brian, have been active members of the community, volunteering for many organizations and activities over the years.

Prior to being elected to the School Committee in 2011, Danielle volunteered with the PTO, serving in the two-year Vice President/President role from 2009-2011. She also co-chaired WEEFC’s annual fundraiser for many years.

Having raised two children through the Weston Public Schools, Danielle brings insight on the impact of decisions on the student experience and post-secondary preparation. She shares Weston’s long-standing goal of educating the whole student. Danielle has encouraged and supported the district’s work in meeting student needs and interests, including the maintence of clubs, activities, and athletics; increase in course offerings at the secondary level; continuation of a well-supported and robust METCO program; extensive realignment of special education; and the preservation of arts and music throughout the district.  Having served on the School Committee for the past nine-years she has a breadth of experience that is critical in helping the district meet student need during such unprecedented times. 

Danielle is a graduate of Boston College, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in history and a minor in secondary education. Presently she is a member of the university’s Parent Leadership Council.  She also is an alumna of Boston College Law School and serves as a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council.  

Her commitment to the social, emotional and educational growth of children extends beyond the students of Weston. Recognizing that access to higher education is a means of equalizing the social divide, Danielle and her family have established an endowed scholarship for first-generation law students at Boston College Law School.   Additionally, she supports other philanthropic organizations focused on the well- being of children, including Camp Harbor View and other after-school clubs, summer camps, and scholarship funds.

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