Danielle L. Moore handles meeting logistics, prepares training materials, and helps guide diversity training sessions in her role as a project assistant at PPA.
Bachelor’s degree in community services with an emphasis on juvenile justice and psychology from Siena Heights University.
Ms. Moore is currently on the PPA team retained by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to evaluate its grants in Michigan. She assisted in the development of a race equity lens for evaluation as well as the development of training materials for the dissemination of its findings. She also helps with the maintenance of the Kellogg Foundation Partner Web site.
She co-facilitated inclusion and equity diversity coaching sessions for the Lansing Board of Water and Light (BWL). She also assisted in the development of training materials tailored to the needs of BWL executives, managers, supervisors, and other staff. She schedules site visits for PPA's Jail Monitoring of Juvenile Detainees project for the Michigan Department of Human Services. She also performs data entry, coordinates and completes mass mailings, and makes follow-up phone calls to jails and other and lock-ups.
In addition to her work at PPA, she serves as a juvenile detention specialist for the Ingham County Youth Center, where she encourages behavior modification by enforcing the rules of the facility; facilitates Rational Behavior Training sessions; and provides general care, guidance, and observation of the youth within the facility.