A proud graduate of Granite High School (Go Farmers!), Daniela pursued higher education with determination and excellence. At the University of Utah, she majored in Psychology and minored in German, graduating cum laude. During her university years, she led as the President of Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology, showcasing her leadership skills and academic dedication.
She also assisted on many projects focused on public health as a Research Assistant at the University of Utah School of Medicine in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine.
Daniela’s passion extends beyond politics into making tangible differences in her community. Her involvement in various local initiatives reflects her dedication to not only representing her constituents but also actively engaging in efforts that directly benefit them. Her commitment to public service is a testament to her belief in being a hands-on leader who leads by example.
In the Utah House of Representatives, Daniela is committed to championing core conservative principles. She advocates for protecting religious freedoms, staunchly defending the Second Amendment, upholding family values, and opposing the abortion agenda. Her fight against big government and unwelcome mandates is central to her mission to represent everyday Utahns. With her comprehensive background in real estate, she is a fervent advocate for private property rights and the preservation of Utah’s open spaces and farms.