Born and raised in South Florida, Danielle Kerem graduated magna cum laude from Mount Holyoke College, where she majored in economics and history. After graduation, she served as a research assistant at George Washington University and later moved to Boston, where she worked in the technology sector. Danielle has a long-standing interest in civil liberty advocacy and currently serves on the Board of Restore the Fourth, a non-profit organization committed to privacy protection.
Who is someone you admire?
Sócrates, a soccer player, doctor, and political activist who captained Brazil’s 1982 national team and challenged the country’s brutal military regime.
What’s something most people don’t know about you?
I’m an enthusiastic, but still not very good, backgammon player.