Danielle lives a Bi-Vocational Existence in Burlington, Vermont. He is a student finishing the Christian Leadership Certificate at the New York School of Ministry and taking courses through Phillips Theological Seminary and Pathways Theological Online. He is working towards authorized ministry in the United Church of Christ through Alternative Regional Education. Danielle's secular calling is data management and quality improvement for human services. He presently does data management for the Supportive Services for Veteran Families federal program at Pathways Vermont.
At the center of Danielle's ministry are the terms wholistic and access. His primary focus is spiritual direction, faith formation, and pastoral care to the non-monogamous and BDSM community. His goal is to minister to and foster positive connections and practices in sacred moments and relationships to the divine. Danielle serves as a volunteer chaplain at the Pride Center in Vermont. Danielle has served as an ombudsperson for a sex-positive regional organization and has presented at conferences around both spirituality and disabilities.
By learning about others' experiences, relationships to the divine, and other world views, Danielle believes that this is how awareness around the many paths for wholistic connection to the divine thrives.