Danielle E. Hale

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Danielle E. Hale in 2005 or 2006.
Danielle E. Hale

MUN Experience and Awards

  • Directed the World Affairs Program for two years during which time the team earned 8 team awards among 12 conferences/top honors at a majority of conferences attended.

Personal Life

  • Danielle Hale is a Manager of Tax Policy Research for the National Association of Realtors®. In addition to tax issues, her research informs Realtors®, consumers, policymakers, and the media about the interactions of policy, the economy, and housing market. In 2008, Danielle was awarded a scholarship for young economists by the National Association for Business Economics Foundation. Previously, she worked for the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research where she managed the Executive Office and assisted Dr. Allan Meltzer in researching his work, A History of the Federal Reserve, Volume II. She earned her degrees, a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs and Economics (Summa Cum Laude; 2004) and a Master of Sciences in Applied Economics (2005), from Florida State University.

Hale was preceded by Austen DiPalma and succeeded by Daniel Rossman.