Danielle Breidung provides consulting services to nonprofit and governmental organizations seeking to develop new programs and enhance their existing ones using technology- and evidenced-based (efficiency and cost-saving) strategies. Danielle leverages knowledge she gained from Duke University’s Certificate in Non-Profit Management program as well as Loyola University Chicago and Washington and Lee University, where she pursued her graduate and undergraduate studies, to envision people-centered approaches to complex community challenges. Danielle has spoken at many conferences, including the 2018 Together SC Summit. She is passionate about leadership development and opportunities for youth and young adults. Danielle has lived in 3 countries and visited more than 70. She speaks Spanish and Portuguese, and brings her global perspective to bear on all of her work. In 2015 she was named a “Lowcountry Emerging Leader” by the Sea Islands Society. Currently Danielle serves as a Court-Appointed Special Advocate for Children (CASA) and President of the Rotary Club of Bluffton.