Member since: 2020

Danielle establishes a product and solution strategy to drive the development of innovative, competitive offerings on behalf of Franklin Energy. She also governs product and solution development efforts, including research, requirements definition, metrics analysis, launch efforts, and ongoing optimization, with a focus on end-user customer needs and utility client value drivers. Danielle is currently serving her third three-year term on the Association of Energy Services Professionals Board of Directors, where she has been appointed Vice-Chair of Education each year since 2014 and serves on the personnel committee. She has served as an expert source on demand-side management and water conservation topics for The Weather Channel, Forbes, and Distributed Generation magazine, among many others, and regularly presents at industry events. Danielle holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Colorado at Boulder School of Law, a Bachelor's Degree in economics and political science from Union College, and a certificate in data science from the University of California at Berkeley.