Marketing that gives a damn.

Danielle Mouledoux advises arts, health, education, and social advocacy organizations. She started as an independent consultant in 2014 and discovered that she was, in fact, very good at it. To better serve her clients and make use of her extensive network of experts, she founded Flying Fox Strategy in 2015.

Her interests span the gamut of artistic disciplines, and she’s done a little bit of everything in marketing and events. She helped launch two Angelika Film Center locations in the DC area and also managed marketing, artist services and programming at the George Washington University’s Lisner Auditorium. (All at once, for a brief period of time.)

Danielle has a Masters of Arts in Arts Administration from American University. While an undergraduate student, she earned some minor injuries and income as a modern dancer and campus cinema projectionist. She’s currently living out her rockstar dreams by serving on the board of Girls Rock! DC.

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