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Danielle White

Client Service Representative

Danielle White

Client Service Representative

Biography

Danielle joined our client service team in 2018. She brings a background in both the financial services industry and military to her role.

Danielle was born in North Carolina but raised in Illinois. She spent four years in the Air Force, where she served in an Ophthalmology and General Surgery clinic. As a patient advocate, she reported quality assurance measures to the hospital commander. Most recently, Danielle worked as a Branch Office Administrator for Edward Jones.

An amateur hiker and climber, Danielle enjoys spending time outdoors—in fact, she’s currently training for a marathon hike. She also enjoys fostering animals in need and spending time with her two daughters (whom she says keep her very busy)!

Community Involvement
  • Humane Society, Foster Parent, 2014- Present Alzheimer’s Association
  • United Way Walks, Team Lead, 1994- Present
Education
  • Southwestern Illinois College, Associates in Business Management, 2006
  • McKendree University, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, 2018

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