For over 30 years, Danielle has worked as the firm’s office administrator and paralegal. Danielle was born in San Francisco and graduated from California State University, Chico, in 1992 with a B.A. in Information and Communication Studies. She attained her paralegal certificate at Chico State after earning her A.A. from Butte Community College in Legal Office Administration.
Danielle also earned post-baccalaureate certificates from California State University, Fullerton in Professional Fiduciary Management for Trustees and Conservators. She is a California Licensed Professional Fiduciary. Danielle has not only used her training and certifications to support her father’s law practice but has also provided services to:
- Butte Community College as an instructor in Legal Office Procedures
- Butte County as a paralegal to the Public Guardian/Public Administrator
- The Butte County Administration as a Management Analyst in the Risk Management Department being named as the “Most Valuable Team Member in the 2013 department audit.
- Northern California Wildfire Attorneys as a paralegal in interviewing and researching and obtaining destroyed property information
She has been sought out by private agencies to assist with special projects, including fiduciary management and corporate due diligence. Danielle is involved in several local organizations and is also a member of the Butte County Bar Association and the Professional Fiduciaries Associaton of California (PFAC). She has followed her father’s footsteps by donating many hours of her time to support her community with her involvement in sports and the educational needs of students of local schools. In 2006, she received the Golden Oak Service Award from the California State PTA which is the most prestigious award given for significant contributions made to the welfare of children and youth in the community. When she is not working, you will most likely find her by her family’s side in their fishing and hunting endeavors.