Danielle Hermann was announced as one of the 2012 Business Record’s Forty Under 40. At only 33, Danielle has established herself as a leader within her field. he is strong advocate for diversity in the architectural field. Hermann is the a founder and charter member of Iowa Women in Architecture and founder of AIA Iowa’s Diversity Committee which explores relevant issues within the architectural community and assists in the development of programs and initiatives that foster and sustain cultural breadth and inclusion.
In addition to her work at OPN, Danielle has held the position of Lecturer at Iowa State University, teaching third-year architecture students. She received both her Bachelors of Architecture in 2001, and Masters of Architecture in 2008, from Iowa State University. It was at ISU that she found her passion for historic architecture. She has been involved in the renovation of Hoyt Sherman Place auditorium, the Salibury House & Gardens and Terrace Hill in Des Moines.