Extension Educator — Senior Instructor
BIA office (Phinney building)
University of Idaho Extension, Nez Perce Reservation
PO Box 365
Lapwai, ID 83540
Danielle promotes a better understanding of how to communicate with Indigenous populations and understands the role of historical trauma/intergenerational trauma among the Tribal people.
M.S., University of Idaho, 2016
B.A.S., Lewis Clark State College, 2008
A.A.S., Lewis Clark State College, 2006
- Youth life skills
- Community development
- Agriculture (small garden)
- Trauma informed communities
- Adverse childhood experiences
- Trauma and resiliency
- Suicide prevention
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
Danielle is the current Extension educator for the Nez Perce Reservation. She has been in extension for over six years and worked for the University of Idaho for more than 11 years. She has worked in the field of education for over 30 years. She has taught preschoolers, middle school youth, college students and Extension for multiple age groups.
Danielle is a Spokane Tribal member and a Nez Perce Tribe descendent. One of her favorite topics is speaking about DEI in Indian country to promote a better understanding of how to communicate with Indigenous populations and understand the role of historical trauma/intergenerational trauma among the Tribal people.
- Gertrude Melon Dick Award, 2008