Joined the firm in: 1998
Entered accounting in: 1985
Native of: Lake Balboa
Resident of: West Hills
Education: Attended Moorpark College and Pierce College, business and accounting classes
She’s responsible for month-end bookkeeping, payroll processing, sales tax and payroll tax returns as well as government vouchers for a variety of small businesses. Danielle enjoys reconciling complicated accounts.
Prior to joining Roschke & Wall, Danielle worked in the accounting departments for Delphi Systems, Viviane Woodard and Total Airport Services.
Danielle enjoys barbecuing with family and friends, playing drums in a band and going to hear live music. She can also be found walking her dog, Freddie.
“I’m a good accounting detective, helping find all the pieces of the puzzle when they are not present.”
“Everyone works hard to make my life as a business owner less complicated so I can focus on the stuff I’m good at—which, by the way, is not accounting.“
“As an entrepreneur and long time client, I credit much of my financial sanity to their expertise, wisdom and compassionate care for their clients.“
“Roschke & Wall is as good as it gets. From business advice to how to deal with employees in multiple states, they have answers to help us navigate complex issues.“
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