Danielle Garth

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Danielle Garth

Iowa State Student Accessibility Services Soft Skills Coach

“I want to impact people the way others have impacted me. I want to be that person that students can always come back to and ask for help, and be a platform for them to guide them onto the right path.”

We are proud to induct Danielle Garth into the Susan Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame.

Danielle Garth is a recent graduate from Marshall town, Iowa. She majored child, adult, and family services at Iowa State University, and is a first-generation college student. Having the experience first-hand, Danielle wants to help guide other future students of color, first-generation students, and students with a disabilities to success.

Danielle aspires to work with first-generation students and students with disabilities through a student affairs program at a four-year university. She was recently accepted into Iowa States Student Affairs Higher Education Masters program

In her words, “I enjoy working with a diverse pool of students and being able to see the growth in each student. Being able to see where each student comes from, knowing each student’s background, and knowing how much they have improved from that.”