Danielle completed a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) from the University of Auckland (UoA) in 2018, specialising in Chemical and Materials Engineering. Her studies included materials processing and performance, chemical reactor engineering, digital twin and process control, mass transfer processes, fluid mechanics, and particulate technology. During her degree, Danielle completed a research internship with UoA which involved optimising techniques for polyphenol extraction from plant matter.
While studying, she also held an internship with a biorefinery start-up which focusses on the recovery of valuable metals from electronic waste.
Prior to joining Keltie, Danielle worked at an engineering consultancy as a water and wastewater process engineer, where she was involved in the analysis and design of municipal treatment plants in New Zealand and Rarotonga.
Danielle joined Keltie’s Engineering team in 2021 and is working towards becoming a qualified patent attorney.