In addition to her outstanding academic credentials and language skills, Danielle has extensive international experience in the fields of marketing and development for non-profit, arts and corporate sectors, including projects in the US, UK, Singapore, China, India and Indonesia. She also has valuable experience living and working in Asia, Europe and the United States.
Recently graduated from her DPhil (PhD) at the University of Oxford while running her own business, Danielle’s past experience as a development and communications specialist in radically diverse fields has led her to be flexible, fast and accurate.
In the past, she served as Assistant Vice President at DBS Bank Singapore, where she developed communications packages and worked with DBS’ ventures in emerging markets, forging lasting business relationships in the hostile environment of the economic crash. She also has substantial experience in NGOs including development and donor management at the Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore, and campaign management for outsourced fundraising at Share Group, USA.
In addition she has applied her skills to the fashion and beauty industries, serving as International Beauty Editor at Derek Loves Shopping the webzine of NY fashion luminary Derek Warburton, and writing for several perfume industry sites, leading to ongoing business relationships for PillarboxRed.
As a consequence Danielle has experience in a wide range of communications settings, including corporate presentations, pitch presentation, newsletters, general copy and direct mail.
Danielle is a cinephile, perfume aficionado, exhibited painter, published poet, keen baker, and most importantly of all, devoted mother to her daughter Léontine, born June 2012.
DPhil Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
MA Regional Studies East Asia (RSEA), Harvard University
Dudley House Fellow, Harvard University
BA (hons.) Chinese (Modern and Classical), School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London
Currently enrolled as a candidate for a DPhil. in Oriental Studies at the University of Oxford.
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