Sally has been in love with and residing in Austin since 1980 when she arrived on campus at the University of Texas. She graduated with a degree in elementary education and later served on the UT Fine Arts Advisory Committee. After she finished college. Sally decided to stay in Austin and eventually got her real estate license and, later, her broker’s license.
Danielle Daneshjou has grown up around the real estate industry, shadowing her mother Sally around open houses, helping to stage listings, and watching new homes being built from the moment they rise up out of the ground. As a result, Danielle sees real estate as second nature to her. Her infectious personality and ability to turn strangers into friends make her clients feel like they've found not just an agent for a transaction, but a lifetime contact who puts their needs before her own. Along with her real estate knowledge, she also brings a wealth of social media marketing and advertising experience to the business. After graduating from Concordia University with a degree in global public health, she initially focused on the medical industry and rose to a position as a marketing and branding manager, creating commercials that have aired on local Austin TV stations and managing SEO and digital marketing campaigns, radio ads billboards—virtually any kind of advertising. She is also involved with philanthropic work and focuses most of her time in that area championing and volunteering with Veterans Administration programs in Austin.