Danielle Apostolon has been the Senior Technical Assistance Project Manager for the DentaQuest Institute’s Safety Net Solutions (SNS) initiative since 2008. In this role, she performs in-depth practice analyses of dental clinic management and operations, develops summaries of findings and recommendations, and creates step-by-step improvement plans for her clients. Danielle also offers support to dental programs during the two year implementation phase of the dental program improvement process, creating and providing sample policies, practice management resources, individualized financial/productivity goals, business plans, job descriptions, and providing coaching and motivation. As an SNS project manager she also performs needs assessments, environmental assessments, and feasibility studies for clinic startups. In addition, Danielle oversees the development and execution of Safety Net University and technical assistance group training workshops. Danielle has presented at various national platforms on the following topics: dental program finances, using data to monitor dental program performance, strategic scheduling, front desk operations, creating a business plan and leadership.
Prior to joining the Safety Net Solutions team, Danielle worked with multiple organizations, providing fiscal support and accounting expertise, including WB Mason, Spirited Sisters, Oscar Squared and Computerized Bookkeeping, LLC.
Danielle received her Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree from the University of Phoenix in Arizona.