Danielle Shepard graduated from The George Washington University with a B.A. in Anthropology. After undergrad, she worked in television production, design, and virtual reality. She joined DSI to learn how to improve systems that aim to minimize behaviors negatively impacting the environment.
Now, Danielle is a New York based designer. Following graduation, she worked as a full-time design consultant for the Applied Critical Thinking Function (ACT) at The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which aimed to challenge unconscious influences on decision making (e.g. group think). In January 2020, she began her role as a Design Strategist for Capital One, where she works alongside a robust team of fellow designers seeking to improve the current state of banking.