MPA alumna Rachlin Produces Video Series on Barriers and Best Approaches to Effective Environmental Protection
Exemplary capstone project inspires van-life journey across all 50 statesToula Wellbrook | School of Public Affairs Jan 19, 2021
All students completing master's degrees at the School of Public Affairs are required to complete a capstone project, which is a client-based research project that synthesizes competencies gained throughout the course of study for the school's master’s programs. Students conduct independent research, complete a final written project demonstrating their qualifications and expertise, and orally present findings to a committee of faculty and criminal justice or public affairs professionals.
Upon graduating, Danielle began founding her own nonprofit organization dedicated to creating an environmental engagement and education video platform. More environmental engagement and education videos can be found on her Youtube channel: Natural Wanders. On this channel, she is beginning a van-life journey across all 50 states, creating videos exploring public lands and environmental issues across the country. Danielle is also a Teacher and Communications Director at the Neurosculpting® Institute.