Danielle Yardy is a data management evangelist. As a solution engineer with the Education Data Hub, she works closely with prospective and current partners to embed best-in-class data practices in institutional workflows, empowering campuses to leverage their data assets to drive mission-critical impact. Danielle provides consultative guidance to institutions’ senior leadership, and is responsible for translating shifting trends in data management into actionable data strategies for individual campus partners through the Education Data Hub platform.
Prior to joining the Education Data Hub team, Danielle spent three years as a research leader in EAB’s IT Forum. She worked closely with CIOs and IT leaders across the US, Canada, and the UK to isolate and resolve some of education’s most complex data and technology issues; she now lends this wealth of experience into the Education Data Hub roadmap, ensuring that EAB’s continued product innovations are directly in service to known and emergent institutional needs.
Danielle earned a B.A. in English from Durham University. Her DPhil (PhD) is from the University of Oxford, where she completed her thesis on judicial burnings in early modern literature.