Danielle Francis Kaiser comes to us from West Ranch High school in Santa Clarita, California. Danielle carries 4 AP classes at a GPA of 4.55. Danielle is the president of her CSF club. She is also a member of the Key club, the founding vice president of the Interact club, she is in the National Honor Society, USC Alumni Association, EDU Africa club and a volunteer for Help the Children. In her spare time, she runs cross country and plays the piano. The director of Help the Children International network says this of Danielle: “She is a person of self motivation, works towards goals, and has never expressed an opinion of negative report.”
Not only does Danielle participate in community service projects, but she takes the initiative to start them. She co-founded the community service based club at her school called Interact. And taking the skills she learned in the leadership opportunities that she had on campus, she went out into the community and began volunteering every Saturday morning at a nonprofit organization which provides food and essential goods to those in need in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Danielle has the characteristics of positivity, determination, independence, and leadership and with those characteristics she will attend USC majoring in human development and aging. She hopes to own her own pharmacy one day, so that she can provide for the needs of the elderly in her community.