Danielle Andrews-Lovell

Hometown: Miami, FL

high school: Miami Norland Senior HS

college: Harvard University

MAJOR: Biochemistry

GRAD. PROGRAM: Georgetown University School of Law (2011, JD)

Danielle Andrews-Lovell has always had a deep passion for ensuring that disadvantaged communities receive an equal chance at success. From the time she initiated her first service project in Miami, FL, soliciting free eye care for local children’s shelters, she realized the impact one person can have on the lives of others. At Harvard College and Georgetown Law, Danielle’s commitment to community engagement continues. She has volunteered her time with Sisters Network, a breast cancer awareness group for African American women and tutored students from Ward 7 in the sciences, Spanish and cross cultural relations through a Georgetown based program. She is also active on campus. Danielle was the President of the Global Race and Identity Project and a competitor for the Georgetown Barrister’s Council International Arbitration Division. She has also been an active member in the Black Law Students Association, Latin American Law Students Association and the Georgetown Entertainment and Media Alliance.

Professionally, Danielle remains dedicated to ensuring that disparate populations gain the information they need about pressing issues particularly with regard to healthcare and politics. Having spent most of her professional career, prior to law school, working with health care and education disparities, she understands and can better evaluate how influential messaging and popular culture can encourage and influence change. Danielle spent significant time through law school working with legislative affairs and messaging for the Raben Group, Sony Electronics and Time Warner. With these experiences, she is working to create her niche in for-profit/nonprofit contractual agreements, corporate philanthropic messaging and influencing legislation through mainstream media campaigns.

Danielle looks forward to each day as a new opportunity to be quicker, kinder, smarter, funnier and better than the day before but most importantly she is simply thankful for being alive. She is a 2002 Ron Brown Scholar and has recently taken on the role as the organization’s first External Engagement Director.

She is currently the Principal of Lovell Strategies.

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