Danielle Hirsch is a Principal Court Management Consultant at the National Center for State Courts. In this capacity, her focus is to provide advanced management consulting work to courts and their partners at the state and local level, primarily focused on access to justice and business process simplification issues in the civil courts. In her time with the National Center for State Courts, Ms. Hirsch has provided intensive technical assistance to access to justice teams, courts, judicial systems and other stakeholders in many states; and she serves as the lead staff for the Conference of Chief Justices/Conference of State Court Administrators’ Access and Fairness Committee and the Post-Pandemic Planning Technology Working Group. She also serves as Project Director for the national Justice for All Initiative and works with the Pew Charitable Trusts around civil just system modernization. In addition, Ms. Hirsch is the co-host of NCSC’s Tiny Chats, offering free, digestible and creative short-form educational videos and discussions about access to justice and court operations topics court staff and interested stakeholders. She received a B.A. from Oberlin College and a J.D. from the University of Illinois College of Law.