Danielle Rose is a researcher, journalist, writer and editor with a focus on creating well-researched articles that foster a better understanding of today’s changing world. Danielle has been writing professionally on a wide range of lifestyle and current event topics such as food, health, alternative healing, parenting and community resources since 2005. Her articles have appeared in periodicals ranging from consumer publications like local newspapers, to trade publications in the field of nutrition and wellness. Danielle’s articles get to the heart of their subject, cutting through the chaff of what some would consider “fluffy” topics and providing solid fact-based content in an easy-to-read, conversational way.
Articles written for trade publications in the realm of health and supplements. Many articles focused on health trends and marketing toward these trends for an audience of suppliers, manufacturers and retailers. These articles require subscriptions to access. Therefore, the final, submitted draft of the published pieces are shared here as reference. Find the published article via online subscriptions to the named publication.
These articles support health and wellness from a variety of different perspectives depending on the publication, audience and subject matter.
These articles were part of a series of nature stories covering the aesthetics, medicinal uses, and spiritual lore and energies of commonly found landscaping species, both native and introduce
Articles with a focus on thriving in today’s uncertain world. Particularly of note: recognizing and learning to utilize local supports, regardless of age, background or income status.
Published at the start of the pandemic when families were struggling with social distancing measures, this article took local families suggestions and combined them with the (then new and rare) offerings within the community to create a local networking story of support with a personal spin.
These articles represent a sampling of Danielle’s journalistic passion for sharing and supporting the works of local groups, many of whom are non-profit, that support local communities.
Driven by tourism, Newport, RI is undergoing massive redevelopment plans to the city’s North End “Gateway.” This redevelopment, spurred by RI DOT’s realignment of Newport Bridge entrance/exit ramps, will open significant acreage for development. The plans, which included the building of a hotel, convention center, and strip mall in a historic, residential area of town, has the potential to completely disrupt the social dynamic of the city, displacing middle and lower-class families who had lived there for dozens of generations, and disrupting the working class dynamic that the tourism industry and burgeoning “Blue and Green Technologies” being incubated, rely on. These articles follow the story of groups and organizations advocating for residents’ needs and affecting lasting change toward holistic growth of the city as both a place of both historic and residential import, not just tourism. These articles, published in a free weekly funded by local advertisers, provided an important touchstone for residents who otherwise had no access to news regarding decisions being made that will impact their future and their children’s future.
A series of investigative articles published in the early 2010s by North Jersey Media Group. The focus of the articles was to understand where our food comes from by examining different types of food we buy and discussing the source of those foods as well as government regulations around them The articles go deeper via interviews with varying purveyors and governing bodies for these foods, such as Perdue (chicken), Foxy (lettuce and vegetables), King Arthur Flour, and the NJ Dairy Association. Since North Jersey Media Group restructured in/around 2014, these articles are no longer available online and a sampling is shared here in their final draft form that was submitted to the editorial department prior to publication.
Getting to Know Your Food: An Intro to the series
Meet your Beef Purveyors