Danielle Jablonski (Australian) is Producer and CIO of insite. Also nimble-brained of right and left, Danielle has
spent her entire (well, almost) life making music and organizing for
social change. A classically-trained cellist who prefers 20th-century
composers, Danielle has performed with orchestras, quartets, rock bands,
singer/songwriters, in recording sessions, as live accompaniment to
theater, for political rallies and for an Off-Broadway play.
In order to keep on top of new bands and sounds from around the world, Danielle also served as Manager for the Merch Store at Knitting Factory, an avant music venue in Manhattan, and works sales for Tribal Soundz, a world music store in the East Village. As CIO, Danielle helped launch electricalsoil in 2000, insite's web division, which builds cool and affordable web sites for indie artists and businesses.
A Music Performance major at the James Cook University (JCU) in Townsville, Australia and the Australian Institute of Music in Sydney, Danielle has played cello for the JCU Chamber Orchestra, the North Queensland Philharmonic, and the Bella Musica and Melaleuca String Quartets (complete with orange hair and nose ring). She has served as assistant conductor for the Townsville Youth Orchestra, cello instructor at Ryan Catholic Community College and assistant producer of the JCU Queer Collective Radio Program, as well as performed on numerous radio and television broadcasts and 2 CD’s.
In 1999, Danielle was chosen for the prestigious Youth Music Australia National Music Camp, Australia’s premiere music camp for young musicians and in 2000 performed as lead cellist for Sydney’s SBS Radio & Television Youth Orchestra on its tour of Eastern Europe - Tallinn, Tartu, Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Moscow - and at the Sydney Opera House for Opera Australia.
As an activist, Danielle participated in demonstrations to protect the rainforests in Timbarra, to stop uranium mining in Jabiluka and to fight Voluntary Student Unionism at Sydney University, as well as participated in marches and feminist forums on education in Australia. From 1997-98, Danielle volunteered for the Queer Collective at James Cook University, which provided moral and political support services to college-age lesbian women and gay men.
In high school, she was a math & science geek, member of the Varsity Track & Field and Volleyball teams, a Senior Mentor for lowerclasspersons and Secretary of Interact - a Rotary for students.