A CAREER OF SUCCESS
Danielle Browne, Esq. is a New York licensed attorney and founder of The Browne Firm. She is passionate about entrepreneurship and helping people build and sustain generational wealth.
Danielle focuses her practice on business law, entertainment law, and estate planning. As a business owner and a former WNBA team executive, she understands the legal, business, and financial challenges that businesses of any size or experience level face.
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SUPPORTING BUSINESSES, ARTISTS, AND HER LOCAL COMMUNITY
In 2015, Danielle co-founded DO Strategy Group – a business, marketing, and graphic design consulting agency – where she assisted small businesses with formation, branding, and development for marketing plans and strategies. In this capacity, Danielle helped a variety of clients that included startups, mom-and-pop shops, Fortune 500 corporations, entertainers, and television personalities.
Danielle joined the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream staff in 2014 as the head of the Business Operations department. She quickly became a member of the senior management team and began serving as its general counsel. In this position, Danielle negotiated and drafted cost-effective contracts, agreements, and licenses, and successfully managed and fostered relationships. She added a legal perspective to all business operations and effectively communicate legal principles to non-legal personnel. Because of all this, Danielle was recognized as a 2015 Future Leader by the president of the WNBA.
Throughout her career, Danielle has been committed to providing pro bono services to her local community. She has represented low-income artists, musicians, and film directors through the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts program and has helped her clients protect their creative works, businesses, and livelihood.
Danielle has also done volunteer work at the Legal Aid Society through the Community Development Project. She has helped low-income entrepreneurs with entity selection, formation of entities, negotiations of commercial leases, and corporate governance. Early in her career, Danielle litigated on behalf of economically disadvantaged individuals in consumer debt matters.
Danielle graduated cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law in 2012, earning her Juris Doctor degree. She previously graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbia University’s Barnard College. As an undergraduate, Danielle was a four-year member of the varsity women’s basketball team, where she served as captain during her senior year. She ended her collegiate basketball career as Columbia’s all-time leader in games played and is the second player in the university’s history to rank top 10 in scoring, assists, and steals.
In her free time, Danielle enjoys reading, traveling, watching documentary films, discovering new artists, and participating in various Caribbean carnival troupes.