Research Development and Knowledge Manager, OLIN
Danielle Toronyi is the Research Development and Knowledge Manager at OLIN where she curates OLIN's information resources and manages OLIN's extensive library and archive collections. She co-facilitates OLIN Labs, a platform for OLIN's research, development, and education communities of practice. Her research is situated within Universal Design and is focused on designing accessible sensory, particularly acoustic, public urban space. Her articles “Neurodiversity in the Sensorial City" (KERB) and “Hidden Geographies: Design for Neurodivergent Ways of Hearing and Sensing” (Cities & Health) were recently published. Danielle is a proud alumna of NC State University's Master of Landscape Architecture program.