Danielle is a very proud Trinidadian and Puerto Rican woman originally from Long Island. She lives in Bloomfield with her husband Jonathan, her son, Tristan and her cat overlord, Ginger. She enjoys listening to music while working so check out her Spotify playlists! If you catch her in the office she is usually listening to Ella Fitzgerald, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, or an 80s freestyle mix. At home she is usually immersed in a K-Drama, Anime, or bingeing episodes of The Office and Community.
Danielle lived in Philadelphia for 3 years and found her calling for office work when she was an Office Manager for a Tennis Club and summer camp. She loves technology and learning about new ways to improve her workflow and the processes used by the Congregation.
Danielle has been the Administrator at The U since June 2016. For a bit, she lived in Philly and played roller derby for the Philly Roller Derby. She didn’t get to play for long but if she can do that, she can do anything!
There are many ways of being in the world. How have you moved beyond the norms of what people have decided you should be?
An exploration of the American Creed, those values our nation holds high and hopes to live into even though we have, and will again, fall short of their grandeur.
Power without love is reckless and abusive, and love without power is sentimental and anemic. Power at its best is...
How will we understand this time? How can our imagination compel a new beginning?
It takes a village to change a faith. Each of us is an integral part of our village. How will we work together to build a village in which everyone can live.
How do we, in these strange times remain in contact with possibility? This is a pre-election service.
Explore the importance of what we say, what we remain silent about, and the impact that it has on our children.
This is an auction sermon crafted with Rev Scott and auction winners David Lewis and Carolyn Burr.
A service of atonement in the midst of a pandemic – a chance to release the burden of excellence.