Danielle Hubley joined the Partnership for Strong Communities in July 2018 as a Policy Analyst. She is responsible for analyzing and synthesizing data and information about local, state and federal housing policy issues. In this role, she focuses most of her time on the Reaching Home Campaign and provides support to various workgroups and committees organized by the Partnership.
As an advanced standing graduate student, Danielle interned with the Nancy A. Humphreys Institute for Political Social Work where she collaborated with social work students, faculty and professionals to promote social work as a political profession and increase local voter engagement practices. Prior to joining the Partnership, Danielle engaged in several other internship and volunteer service roles including assisting Kidsafe Connecticut, Easterseals Vocational Services in Norwich CT, Camp Care and the Hartford Votes Coalition in achieving their varied missions.
Danielle graduated in 2017 with a B.A. in Social Work from Eastern Connecticut State University, where she was recognized for her efforts in promoting and pursing Macro Social Work practices. She also holds a Master’s in Social Work after graduating in 2018 from the University of Connecticut with a concentration in Policy Practice.