Dr. Danielle Bustillos SoRelle has two decades of experience in behavioral and education research, specializing in data management and data analysis. She enjoys research in any form and its power to tell the stories about people and organizations.
Danielle is also an advocate for data accessibility and has a passion for educating others on the importance of data research.
Before coming to Holdsworth, Danielle spent 11 years as a database coordinator/data management specialist working for the Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk (MCPER) in the College of Education at the University of Texas at Austin. While at the center, she developed a database system and established protocols and procedures aimed at ensuring the reliable collection and maintenance of data. Danielle’s system also allowed primary investigators to easily navigate and collect data needed for their analyses.
Prior to working for MCPER, Danielle earned a doctorate in human development and family studies from Texas Tech University. Her dissertation focused on women in recovery from eating disorders. Danielle earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Houston and a master’s degree in public health from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, with a focus on health service organizations. Recently, Danielle earned a certificate in data science from a six-month data analytics and visualization bootcamp.
A graduate of Houston ISD, Danielle is invested in making sure all students in Texas receive the highest level of education. Outside of work, she enjoys playing with Legos, reading, traveling and spending time with her husband and three sons.