GASP: What are your plans after graduation?
Danielle: After graduating high school I will be going to college and most likely majoring in environmental science.
GASP: What is your dream job?
Danielle: My dream job is to be a conservation biologist because I love our earth and wildlife and want to protect it.
GASP: What do you hope to learn while interning with GASP?
Danielle: I hope to learn how to become a better advocate and speak up about environmental justice.
GASP: Why is our mission to reduce air pollution important to you?
Danielle: The GASP mission to reduce air pollution is important because it can improve the quality of life for many people, especially in my community. Climate issues are also social justice issues and can be solved together.
GASP: What is your favorite food?
Danielle: My favorite food is a good greek salad, I honestly have one every week.
GASP: Where do you consider your hometown?
Danielle: Birmingham City is my hometown, born and raised.
GASP: What are your hobbies?
Danielle: My hobbies include singing, hiking, journaling/writing, and spending time in nature.
GASP: Who or what are your influences?
Danielle: Greta Thunberg is someone who I would consider my influence because she is a teen environmental activist.
GASP: What are some other fun facts about yourself?
Danielle: One day I would love to live off of a completely vegan diet. I collect crystals and random rocks that I find that I think are pretty. Spring is my favorite season because of the cool weather and the significance of new beginnings. My favorite subject in school is science, but I’m actually better in english class.