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Danielle’s commitment to wildlife conservation is closely tied to her work at the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C.. As Marketing and Engagement Specialist for Impact Programs, she is responsible for communicating the scientific work of National Geographic’s grantees and initiatives, with the goal of inspiring audiences to care and take action to protect species and their environments. She works closely on the Pristine Seas ocean conservation project, the Big Cats Initiative and the National Geographic Photo Ark, and also collaborates with external partners to plan and execute opportunities at events such as the IUCN World Conservation Congress and the Economist World Ocean Summit. Danielle is particularly interested in the implementation for protection measures and how success is evaluated. She graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in media studies and a minor in French.