Danielle Gregg, MNM, is the director of training at the Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress at Kennedy Krieger Institute. Driven by the desire to not have a child's creativity stifled by unexpected challenges in life, Gregg has been working with children with special needs and their families for more than 25 years. She is currently responsible for the management, implementation and evaluation of training services offered by the Training Academy. Previously, Gregg was a program manager at the traumatic stress center, responsible for the coordination and monitoring of special programs, activities and projects. She was also a manager at Kennedy Krieger's Neurobehavioral Behavior Unit, working with children with severe behavior and/or developmental disorders and developing programs designed to train others to implement engagement sessions to promote effective coping through play, preparation, education and self-expression activities – was the coordinator for the Research Initiatives for Student Enhancement (RISE) training program-- a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-funded program to promote professional development, research, education and training for racial and ethnic minority graduate students who are interested in pursuing research experiences in the field of public health-- and planning committee member for the 24th Annual International Association for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of Children (ATTACh) Conference. In 2014, Gregg received the Mayoral Certificate of Recognition for her compassion and generosity as a Board Member and mentor for Women Embracing Abilities Now (W.E.A.N.) a peer counseling/mentoring organization servicing women and young ladies with varying degrees of disabilities. She received her master's degree in non-profit management from the Notre Dame of Maryland University, and her undergraduate degree from Morgan State University.