My name is Danielle Goldman. I was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee. I earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Education at Berea College in Berea, KY. I am extremely proud to have graduated from one of the seven work-study programs left in the US. While at Berea, I played on the women’s soccer team and was captain for two seasons. I also was on the track and field team, swim team, and was captain of the cheerleading squad. In 2013, I earned my master's degree in Kinesiology with a emphasis in Adapted PE from Texas Women's University. Also in 2013, I passed the Adapted Physical Education National Standards Exam and became a Certified Adapted Physical Educator. I began teaching Adapted PE for Montrose County Schools in 2013. I am also certified in CPR, First Aid, AED, Lifeguarding, and CPI.
During my free time, I can be found hiking, working at the pool, or mountain biking.
One fun fact a lot of people don't know about me: I fall more than anyone I know while mountain biking.