Danielle Guerra is a homeschool graduate and a Houston, Texas born and bred native. Throughout her high school education, she developed an interest in global politics and political theory. After becoming involved with National Model United Nations (NMUN) as an honors student at her local community college, she decided to pursue her bachelor’s degree in political science. Danielle graduated from the University of Texas at Tyler with her Bachelor of Science in political science with minors in both art history and international relations. At UT Tyler, Danielle served as Head Delegate for three NMUN conferences and won multiple position paper awards for her writings on global issues.
Danielle also performed freelance research and writing during her undergraduate degree helping others with their communication needs and tasks. She maintains a strong enthusiasm for academic writing and building strong rhetoric. She fulfills this passion for academia and education through constant involvement in the educational sector. She continues to serve as a private tutor and is contracted to perform research and writing for academicians thus allowing her to further develop her skills and help others do the same. Danielle has also worked as an undergraduate research assistant. She is excited to join the Excelsior Classes team and help students build a strong basis of understanding for grammar and writing.
In her free time, Danielle can often be found caring for her tropical plant collection, baking bread or cupcakes, or enjoying a good book. Danielle currently lives in Houston, Texas with her family and three cats. She enjoys hiking and local nature walks to enjoy the beautiful land the Lord provides us.