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Danielle is always looking for ways to use the
lessons of the past to pave the way to a better future.
Inspired by her
grandparents who survived the Holocaust, Danielle serves on the Young
Professional Committee at the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center
and co-chaired their Summer Soiree in 2017. She also volunteers with Maot
Chitim, JUF Tikkun Olam Volunteer Network, and organizes a holiday toy drive for
JCFS each year.
Ambitious in her professional life and as a volunteer,
Danielle is also on the JUF Young Women's City Council, where she is currently
serving on the executive committee. She has co-chaired JUF's Empower event, and
participates in JUF's Professional Women's Network, where she mentors women in
During the pandemic, Danielle stayed in touch with
Holocaust survivors to mitigate loneliness and used her expertise in property
tax law to help struggling small businesses stay afloat.
She, Her, Hers
Property Tax Attorney at Schoenberg Finkel Beederman Bell
ON THE SIDE:
Mom to my daughter Aspen and wife to my husband
DESCRIBE YOURSELF IN 10 WORDS OR LESS:
goal-driven, passionate, empathetic, genuine and fun!
A JEW WHO INSPIRES YOU:
My grandfather. He is a Holocaust survivor and is
the strongest and most loving person. He inspires me to appreciate every moment,
to maintain hope when times are tough, to put family first, to give back to the
community, and live my life with integrity and Jewish values.
YOUR BEST PIECE OF ADVICE:
If you have your family and you have your health, you have it