Danielle Randolph, Advocate

Contact

Office | 614.745.2001

Email | Danielle@awlawohio.com

DANIELLE RANDOLPH, ADVOCATE

Mrs. Randolph has gone above and beyond of establishing herself first and foremost as a parent and student advocate. She has a unique skill set of being able to foster positive relationships with parents to help build stronger relationships between the student and staff to help meet the child’s needs. Mrs. Randolph is unbelievable at seeking new methods and researching trends that would help [school] staff find solutions to hurdles their students would be facing in the classroom setting.
— Former Colleague

Danielle earned her undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University and then headed to Bowling Green State University where she graduated with a Masters and an Educational Specialist degree in school psychology. She has practiced as a school psychologist for the past seven years in a rural school district while also serving as the district’s special education coordinator for the past four years. While working in these roles Danielle has instructed school personnel in the following: Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, Response to Intervention, Autism, ADHD, and writing/understanding IEPs and ETRs.

A Delaware, OH native, Danielle is married to her high school sweetheart, Nick, and is the mother of four lovely little ones. She enjoys spending time outdoors, cooking, and traveling. Professionally, Danielle is passionate about ensuring that children are successful in school. She is a strong advocate for providing appropriate services to all students and helping to support parents every step of the way.

Education

  • Bowling Green State University; Educational Specialist in School Psychology, 2011

  • Bowling Green State University; Masters of Education, 2010

  • The Ohio State University; B.A. in Psychology, 2007 (Magna Cum Laude with Research Distinction)

Licenses

  • 5 Year Professional License - Pupil Services, Ohio Department of Education

  • 5 Year Professional License - Administrative Specialist, Ohio Department of Education

Publications

  • Daddis, C. & Randolph, D. (2010). Dating and disclosure: Adolescent management of information regarding romantic involvement. Journal of Adolescence, 33(2), 309-320. 

Practice Areas

  • Special Education Advocacy (as a non-attorney advocate)