Danielle Craig was born on August 12, 1984 in St. Louis, Missouri. Danielle was born to a single mother and lived in a small town in Missouri. In 1987, they relocated to Tallahassee, Florida where they remained until September 2000. At that time, Danielle and her mother moved to Frankfort, Kentucky. Danielle attended and graduated from Western Hills High School in 2002. After high school, Danielle began working to put herself through college. She enrolled at Kentucky State University to pursue her dream of working in the legal field but later transferred to Sullivan University in Lexington, Kentucky where she graduated with both her associate and bachelor degrees in Paralegal Studies.
In August of 2006, Danielle and her now husband, Phillip, welcomed their daughter, Mady, into the world. In December 2017, after 13 years together, Danielle and Phillip married in Brandenburg, Kentucky in an intimate ceremony.
After approximately ten years working in state government, Danielle realized she was not utilizing the degrees she’d worked so hard to earn so she started searching for opportunities in private firms to put her skills to better use. This search led her to work for an employment law firm in Louisville, Kentucky. The daily one hundred mile drive to and from work was a bit too much for Danielle and her family so Danielle decided to apply for paralegal positions closer to home which led her to Apollo Law where she can be found at the front desk welcoming visitors and serving as the firm’s paralegal.
Danielle has always believed in giving back to her community so she was thrilled to learn of Apollo Law’s community involvement. Danielle has volunteered with the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life as well as March of Dimes. Danielle and her husband currently coach their daughter’s softball team for Frankfort Parks and Recreation so they can often times be found at the softball field in their spare time.