Danielle Domenica Ginzburg served as a class officer of her Kiwanis Key Club at Coral Glades High School and her Florida District of Key Club International as a Distinguished Lt. Governor for Zone J (Broward County).

Truly a servant leader her passion for service extended to such local projects and events as Relay for Life, SOS Children’s Village projects and local beach cleanups in response to the Florida District Key Club Governor’s “Key Goes Green” project – all the while maintaining a dual enrollment in Broward College for advanced classes and maintaining a 4.0 GPA.  In addition, she participated in her campus JROTC during all four year of high school and served as a Platoon leader in her Senior year.

Her notable leadership as Lt. Governor saw a Key Club Division 23A growth in membership and community service hours.  In addition to her local Key Club responsibilities Danielle participated as a Talent Show emcee in an exciting and successful “Sailing into Service” 2016 Florida District of Key Club District Leadership and Education Conference.

When asked what led to her decision to attend the West Point Academy, Danielle tells us that this was a decision she made early on in high school.  “I readily identified with the academy philosophy of developing “commissioned leaders of character” and wanted to challenge myself to be the best that I could be.  I wanted to find a place where I could continue my service and become that person of good character”.      

Danielle received congressional nominations to the academy from Senator Bill Nelson (Past Key Club International President) and Florida Congressman Ted Deutsch.  During her four years at West Point she minored in Diversity and Inclusion Studies, and had a focus in Environmental Engineering as a part of the required Engineering track.  Additional highlights included participation in the Glee Club where she was able to be perform with the club in Washington, DC for President Obama and First Lady Michelle.  In addition to her voice accomplishments, she was also a member of the Corps of Cadets Brigade Color Guard and the Pipes and Drum Spirit Club that performed at all home football games.

Distinguished Key Club Lt. Governor, West Point Cadet, and now officially graduating on June 13th as a Second Lieutenant, she is looking forward to serving her country.

Danielle, we know that you will serve with pride and excellence in your ARMY officer uniform and we Congratulate you on your achievements.

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