Danielle Warner worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture-APHIS-Wildlife Services as a Wildlife Specialist and has been a volunteer for Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife on various projects. Her first Pathways rotation was at the Abernathy Fish Technology Center, where she worked in the Conservation Genetics Lab while an undergraduate student at Oregon State University. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Natural Resources and a minor in fish and wildlife conservation.
Danielle is now pursuring further educational and professional goals; including the completion of her Master's degree, and perhaps even her PhD! She is always looking forward to the experiences, education, and skills that she gains from each facility and from the personnel that she works with at each of her rotations. She enjoys working with all species of fish and wildlife, but has considerable interests in endangered species, conservation biology and restoration ecology.