Danielle Zoellner

Danielle Zoellner


University of Missouri at Columbia


Danielle Zoellner is a freelance writer with an emphasis in health and wellness. She graduated from the University of Missouri at Columbia.



Danielle has written for The Independent, DailyMail.com, Mail on Sunday newspaper, and Vox Magazine, among other publications. Growing up in a household of healthcare professionals has fuelled her passion for topics relating to health, fitness, wellness, and the medical industry. After graduating from college, Danielle packed up two suitcases and a duffle bag to live and working in New York City as a writer, where she currently resides. Her rent is too high and her wine budget is too low, but she wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.


Danielle graduated with a dual degree in Journalism, with emphasis in Magazine Editing, and English, with an emphasis in Creative Writing.

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