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Danette is currently a Cardiology Fellow at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH. She obtained her medical degree from the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth in 2013 and her bachelor’s degree from Colgate University in 2009, where she majored in chemistry.

Following medical school, she remained at Dartmouth and completed her Internal Medicine residency in 2016, a year as Chief Resident in 2017 and subsequently started Cardiology fellowship which she is due to complete in 2020. She is continuing her education by joining Dartmouth's Critical Care fellowship from 2020-2021 and ultimately plans to practice as a specialist in Cardiovascular Critical Care.

Danette first worked with Asniya as a medical student intern in 2012, where she was invited to contribute to the development of a science education-oriented after-school program sponsored by the Health Education and Promotion Council in Rapid City, South Dakota.

She has always had a passion for education, science and health care and is enjoying the opportunity to work with a program dedicated to bringing new opportunities in medicine to Native American children.