Currently, I work as an Account Executive on the GM Accessories team. I work with GM's approved accessory partners, known as Integrated Brand Partners (IBP), and help facilitate the creation and publication of accessory resources for GM applications. My current position requires exceptional organizational skills, and the role includes both project management and client relations.
I was a Senior Digital Consultant on the Toyota Team. In this role, I wore all the hats, and acted as a Jack of all trades. I worked as a project manager, created custom content, updated websites, pulled analytics for reporting, collaborated with third party providers, completed monthly audits, and trained new hires. I also created my teams training manual and successfully built a rapport with 35+ dealerships.
I worked as a freelance content manager for Chevrolet global websites. I used Adobe Experience Manager to build pages, learned to navigate the company's digital asset management system, and utilized JIRA as a as a means of processing job tickets.
I was hired as a freelance technical writer to create user manuals for DANA and American Axle assembly lines. This required close collaboration with engineers and fellow technical writers.
I interned at Driven Solutions, where I worked with numerous clients and was tasked with various copy writing responsibilities. Driven taught me how to juggle multiple clients at once, familiarize myself with Mac programs, and appreciate the importance of client industry research prior to writing copy.
I was a behavioral research assistant at the Detroit zoo. I studied the penguins in their habitat so we could see how their newly built enclosure effected their behavior. These findings were shared with zoos nationwide to influence future habitat construction.
Volunteered as an event advertiser at Dinosaur Hill. I created and distributed the advertising materials, which contributed to sold out tickets and positive attendee reviews.
I utilized my networking skills to get my article published on The Huffington Post website, but it has since been republished on the HuffPost website.
I volunteered as a data entry clerk for the Chesterfield Historical Society. My job was to itemize inventory and help digitize their records by collecting, sorting, and inputting information.
I worked full-time at Lowes throughout college as a head cashier. I managed all front-end employees, resolved escalated issues, performed customer service tasks, and worked closely with loss prevention and higher management.
I am currently certified in several Google Ad areas.
I am CPR certified and received training through CINTAS.
I've been an AdCraft member since 2016.
"If you look up “organized” in the dictionary you will most likely see a picture of Danielle. Danielle created, and continues to update, the Toyota team’s OneNote of processes, which houses all information regarding the Toyota Dealer Digital Solutions program. Along with being an expert in organization, Danielle is very knowledgeable about the TDDS program, having an answer for nearly everything during our daily team calls, which makes Danielle a very reliable resource to our PDA team. I admire that Danielle is inquisitive about the program and is always looking for ways to enhance processes. Thank you for everything you do, Danielle, on top of being an awesome gardener. 😊
"Hey Danielle - Just wanted to let you know that Matt Kellogg has been talking so highly about you the past couple of minutes while I’m in the car with Kevin.
He thinks you do such a great job and you always do what you say you’re going to do. Always nice to hear the recognition, so I wanted to share. "
"Danielle is very organized and efficient. She was given very little direction and was able to take the project and "run with it". She is a self-starter and asked appropriate questions when needed. I was very confident the outcome of the project would meet expectations and the poster was received well by the office staff."