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Work experience

Apr 2010Present



Sep 2004Jun 2008


Dartmouth College


Running, Traveling, Reading, Healthy Eating and Living


A financial services and communications professional, Danielle Coutinho embarked on a rigorous academic path as a student at Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School in Sarasota, Florida. During her time at the school, she obtained additional educational experience through international summer programs at the University of Madrid and St. Hugh’s College at the University of Oxford. Danielle Coutinho demonstrated her capacity as a leader through her participation in the United States Senate Youth Program and Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY), which offers high school students unique community service opportunities. Danielle Coutinho also acted as Founding President and Chairman of the Southwest Florida Chapter of the American Red Cross Youth Corps and led fundraising efforts that garnered an excess of $10,000, which helped families affected by the war in Iraq. After graduating as valedictorian of her high school class with a cumulative 4.52 GPA, Danielle Coutinho matriculated to Dartmouth College. The summer before entering college, she secured an internship with Congresswoman Katherine Harris of the U.S. House of Representatives. An ambitious undergraduate, Danielle Coutinho declared a double major in Economics and Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies; she also pursued a minor in Portuguese. Her coursework comprised a variety of subjects, including statistics, international finance, race and ethnicity, data analysis, and macroeconomics. Danielle Coutinho’s preparation for her professional career also included an internship with the Banco Comércio Português Investimento, during which she conducted research on various banks, analyzed methods to improve mobile banking capacity, and evaluated executed trades. Danielle Coutinho participated in several organizations as a college student, serving as President of MOSAIC (Multi Racial Discussion Organization & Support System for Multi Racial Students) and as a member of the Women in Business Executive Leadership Council. Danielle Coutinho graduated from Dartmouth with a Bachelor of Science in 2008. Today, she resides in New York City. In her spare time, she enjoys running and reading.


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