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Danielle is a consultant specialising in transport planning, data science and economics. She has experience in project management, business cases, economic assessments and data science projects.Danielle has been the technical lead on numerous projects, including developing bespoke web-based data dashboards, completing economic assessments for transport projects, and providing inputs across all components of business cases.
Danielle has an honours degree in engineering (Engineering Science) and a bachelor’s degree in commerce. Her background in these subjects gives her the basis to approach any problem with an open mind and to be able to develop solutions and provide advice that are meaningful and understandable by people of a range of various backgrounds.
Danielle has experience managing projects and delivering inputs across all parts of business cases. Recently this included the Short Term Airport Access Improvements Single Stage Business Case (SSBC) and the combined Airport to Botany and 20Connect SSBC. She has provided economics advice on transport projects such as Airport to Botany SSBC, Connected Communities Network Assessment, Golden Mile SSBC and State Highway 16 Cycle Path Economics Update. Danielle has also led the development of data dashboards on projects such as a Housing and Business Capacity Assessment for Whangārei and Measuring Pedestrian Delay for the City of Melbourne.
Danielle is a member of Engineering New Zealand’s (ENZ) Transportation Group, the NZ Data Science and Analytics Forum, and is the committee leader for the Association of Consulting and Engineering NZ’s Auckland Young Professionals Committee. She was also a previous recipient of the ‘Best Young Author’ award at the 2018 Transportation Group Conference and was a finalist for ENZ’s Outstanding Emerging Professional award.