Danny grew up in Northern Minnesota, enjoying everything the outdoors had to offer. He now resides in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area with his two amazing children Max and Reagan. After several years working in the Print Distribution and Mining industry, a new calling was found by chance in Prosthetics and Orthotics. He is currently pursuing his Master’s Degree in Prosthetics and Orthotics at the dual program offered by Century College and Concordia University.
While in his first year of school, he met fellow ambassador Emily Zoltai who introduced him to ROMP and was instantly hooked. Since then, he has traveled to Quito Ecuador twice for Clinical Volunteer Programs, where he was loving renamed El Vikingo by the locals. While home in the twin cities, he spends time speaking and presenting to students, groups, and organizations to promote ROMP. He also helps organize the annual Climbing for ROMP event and works to collect and encourage Components for a Cause donation.
“Mobility is a human right and should not be denied to anyone no matter their situation.”