About Danielle

Danielle Balestra is a marketing consultant located in New York, New York. She specializes in marketing strategy and is one of 113 Marketo Certified Consultants worldwide.


Danielle has over 14 years of marketing experience, with a thorough knowledge of marketing theory, data, and analytics. She held roles at Romanoff Consulting, CFO Publishing, Reputation Institute, New York Institute of Finance, Chemical Week Conferences(Access Intelligence), and TBWA Chiat Day NY. Danielle holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Northeastern University.

Certifications and Accolades:

Danielle is a Marketo Certified Consultant – This certification is considered the highest level of Marketo Certification. Prerequisites include several years of experience on Marketo and depth of knowledge of the platform. She is the 113 individual to hold this certification of the 60,000 Marketo users. By completing this certification, Marketo recognizes Danielle as someone who is expertly qualified to provide consulting services on Marketo.

Marketo Champion – This Elite recognition from Marketo goes to exceptional Marketo customers who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in the Marketo Community,  and who are experts in Marketo products, avid contributors in the social world, as well as loyal advocates of the Marketo Brand. Danielle was part of the 10th Class of Champions in Winter 2017.

Marketo Certified Expert – This certification requires one year of marketing experience, completion of the Marketo Foundation Training and a minimum of 6 months working within Marketo.

Top Women in Media – Rising Star  2014 – Designed for female media professionals in both the consumer and B2B sectors, and honors women on the rise, making their mark, as well as at the early stages of their careers. Danielle received this award for rebuilding CFO’s audience development infrastructure and turning around all lead generation business.

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