Millennials were born to lead — here's why


You’ve heard the stereotypes — Millennials are entitled and unmotivated, and they can’t get off their damn phones! But whether you love them or hate them, Millennials are a rapidly growing part of the workforce. Danielle Shoots decided to investigate — will Millennials be great business leaders?

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Danielle Shoots is a wife, mom, and a VP of Finance Operations at Comcast. With a Business Administration degree from the University of Colorado at Denver, she has worked with Denver Health and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Danielle is also deeply involved in the community, serving as the Vice President to the board of Mile High Ministries, as a mentor with Challenge Foundation, and as a member of Women in Cable and Telecommunications. She can be found in the Denver Business Journal’s 2017 40 under 40.

What sparks your curiosity?

The possibility of solving a problem that has been unsolved.

What inspires awe and fascination for you?

I am inspired by those who refuse to define their futures by their current circumstances. I am in awe of how you can dream one day and be living the dream the next.

Hobbies / Passions / Fun Facts

I am a yoga enthusiast. I love to travel but hate hotels because of traveling for work. VRBO and AirBnB have given me back travel for pleasure . I spend most of my free time acting as the personal assistant and calendar manager for my teen and preteen. I am known for starting a spontaneous dance party anywhere and anytime for having a bag of very specific spices for my coffee and water on me at all times.

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