Recognised by the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) as an Indigenous Business Partner. This has given Danielle the opportunity to work not only nationally but internationally. Her presence can be seen with Australian brands with an international presence, to cultural advocacy and first nations recognition with our trading partners. This has led to her contributing to Embassy’s for official gifts, contributing to the White House private collection for Barack Obama when President, official gift to the Royal Family and travelling to India as part of IABCA with a subsequent private meeting with Prime Minister Modi.
A descendant of the Murrawari people through her Mother’s maternal side, and Euahlayi people through her Mother’s paternal grandmother, Danielle has created a name for herself within the art world.
Danielle works collaboratively with a number of organisations promoting indigenous education and art.
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Danielle involves herself and runs workshops with young people and adults, focusing on storytelling and culture through Indigenous art. As a leader in the Indigenous community, Danielle represents her culture through her teachings.