Danelle Marqui Brown is the founder and director of By Mnemosyne, an interdisciplinary think tank that aims to redefine the fields of science, education and healthcare through mnemonic storytelling and the quintessential art of human connection. She has a diverse background anchored in the visual and experiential arts, strategic planning, history and healthcare. Danelle worked as a designer and creative director for award-winning companies and organizations such as Edelman Public Relations, Mama Glow, Jack Morton Worldwide, Viacom, The Seventh Art and the Tribeca Film Festival.

Danelle as well is a former certified birth doula through DONA International and a current member of the New York Academy of Medicine and the New York Academy of Science. She holds certificates in the realms of reproductive and public health and is actively strengthening her ability to comprehend, communicate, and navigate the diverse cultural aspects pertaining to healthcare and science. She aims to transform these systems through the arts and education. Danelle has written for the World Science Festival and presented at the New York Academy of Medicine and Lesley University.

In May 2015, Danelle was awarded a certificate in Religious Studies and Education by the Harvard Extension School in conjunction with the Harvard Divinity School. Currently, she is pursuing a master of liberal arts (ALM) degree with a concentration in the history of science, technology and medicine at the Harvard Extension School. Her research focuses on the intersection of science, health, culture and education. Having completed all course requirements, only her thesis remains.