Danielle Littman holds her Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Creative Writing from Northwestern University, where she focused on Playwriting, Devising, and Creative Nonfiction. While at Northwestern, she also completed the Civic Engagement Certificate Program in the School of Education and Social Policy. After graduating in 2013, she was a 2013-2014 Urban Prep Fellow, where she worked as an advisor and theatre director for young men at Urban Prep Academy in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago. Today, she holds a position as a Cultural Liaison for the Chicago Park District Department of Culture, Arts, and Nature. She also teaches writing and theatre workshops throughout Chicago through organizations such as Congo Square, ArtsXChange, Chicago Youth Shakespeare, and Youth Organizations Umbrella, among others. Her plays have been produced at Northwestern University, Collaboraction Theatre, Next Theatre, Vivarium Theatre, and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. For the past 2 years, she has been working with Sojourn Theatre’s devised production How to End Poverty in 90 Minutes as a Partnership Coordinator for the Chicago/Evanston production (2013), and then a Partnership Advisor for the Baton Rouge (2013) and Montana (2014) productions.