Danielle Monroe is ready to work hard on the Inland/Wetlands Commission to carefully consider how potential land use projects will impact our environment and important habitats.
Danielle has a love of nature, a desire to give back to the Bethel community, and a passion for open spaces. She has done volunteer work in the Franc preserve and worked as an education specialist at a public aquarium. She has been passionate about animals and environmental issues throughout her life.
She has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Tulane and a graduate degree in Counseling from Fairfield. She has two children in the Bethel public schools.