Senior Manager | MPH, MBA, CPHIMS, PMP, Prosci® CCP, ICGB, CSM®




"Good business leaders create a vision, articulate the vision, passionately own the vision, and relentlessly drive it to completion."

- Jack Welch

With over two decades of experience in the health and human services and public health sectors, Danielle has worked as a clinician, hospital administrator, and consultant to state governments and health insurers. She has a multidimensional understanding of the healthcare environment in the US, including healthcare system operations, government regulations, and the technology needed to support integrated person- and family-centric delivery of health and human services.

As a Senior Manager in BerryDunn’s Government Consulting Group, Danielle is an authentic, energetic leader who provides project management, change management, process improvement, strategic technology planning, IT system planning and selection, and Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) services to government clients. Danielle works with clients to analyze and understand their challenges, identify targeted solutions and recommendations, and patiently guide them through implementation. She assists clients with a variety of systems and programs, including Electronic Health Records (EHRs), Integrated Eligibility Systems, Public Health Systems, Health Services Enterprises, Health Insurance Marketplaces (Exchanges), and Child Welfare Information Systems.

A passionate life-long learner who continually seeks opportunities to provide greater value to her clients, Danielle has earned certifications as a Project Management Professional, Change Management Practitioner, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, ScrumMaster, and Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems. Prior to joining BerryDunn, she served as Director of Ambulatory Services for Willamette Falls Hospital in Portland, Oregon, and then as the Director of Client Performance at Health Dialog in Portland, Maine.



  • Hindsight is 20/20: Performing Project Lessons Learned (MESC 2015)
  • Implementing a Health Insurance Exchange: Two States’ Diverging Paths (MESC 2013)
  • Becoming a State Partner in the Federally-Facilitated Marketplace: West Virginia’s Experience (MESC 2013)


  • MPH




    Prosci® CCP