MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Danielle is a meteorologist for ABC24 and CW30. She joined the team in November of 2021. She fell in love with weather during her time as a flight attendant. So, she went back to school for her second Bachelor’s degree in meteorology at Mississippi State.
Danielle started her television career in Chattanooga, where she did a little bit of everything. She was a meteorologist, weekend anchor, reporter and producer for WDEF. While she was there, she had the opportunity to cover all kinds of weather including tornadoes, snow and flooding. She was live on the air when a massive EF-3 tornado ripped through the East Brainerd area in 2020. During that same year, she also covered Black Lives Matter protests and the start of the pandemic.
Prior to her time in Chattanooga, Danielle covered high school football as a sideline reporter on Friday Night Network in East Alabama. She has interviewed some of the most well-known high school football coaches in the state.
The Atlanta native has traveled to Memphis several times and loves the Mid-South. She graduated from Jacksonville State University where she was a Division I shot put thrower. While on campus, she became a member of Delta Sigma Theta and is very active in the organization. When she is not forecasting the weather, she loves to travel, workout, and try new restaurants.