February 27, 2024
ANDMORE’S Danielle Hall named Corporate Citizenship Rising Star

Danielle Hall, ANDMORE’s vice president of IT backoffice and operations applications, was named a “Rising Star” in the Atlanta Business Chronicle 2024 Leaders in Corporate Citizenship Awards.

Danielle Hall at the Atlanta Business Chronicle 2024 Leaders in Corporate Citizenship Awards. Photo courtesy of ANDMORE.
Danielle Hall at the Atlanta Business Chronicle 2024 Leaders in Corporate Citizenship Awards. Photo courtesy of ANDMORE

Hall was recognized for her contributions not only to ANDMORE’s business operations as an omnichannel wholesale market-maker, but also to the creation of ANDMORE’s corporate giving and service initiative “Community ANDMORE” and her nonprofit work with Women in Technology and the Atlanta Women’s Foundation.

“Danielle Hall is a force for positive change both at ANDMORE and in our community,” said Shannon Knox, executive vice president and chief information officer of ANDMORE. “Beyond directing IT processes that improve our overall business, she is dedicated to ongoing action around issues of diversity, inclusion and human rights, both through her leadership of our Community ANDMORE giving and engagement initiative and in her charitable work in the Atlanta region.”

Atlanta Business Chronicle’s annual Leaders in Corporate Citizenship Awards recognize individuals who have shown a strong commitment to corporate responsibility practices and are actively engaged in supporting and expanding those efforts in Georgia. The Rising Star award recognizes an emerging leader under 35 who is making an impact professionally and in the community.

Hall spearheads several Community ANDMORE projects for the company, including annual sponsorship of the Atlanta Community Food Bank Hunger Walk and volunteer days; partnership with Habitat for Humanity, Atlanta Mission and Furnish with Love; support of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure; hosting blood drives with Red Cross; and participation in the Atlanta Women’s Foundation’s Inspire Program, and the annual Toys for Tots drive.

“I appreciate working for a company that understands the importance of social responsibility and has incorporated this virtue in our company culture and values,” Hall said. “It has been both a fulfilling and rewarding experience helping ANDMORE achieve a strong and meaningful presence in the Atlanta community by focusing on the key issues affecting our community: food insecurity, homelessness, health inequities and advancement of youth.”

At ANDMORE, Hall oversees enterprise application platforms and provides solution architecture, program oversight, project management, business, and technical support for its digital tools and operations. As a leader in Community ANDMORE, she creates educational and service engagement opportunities for ANDMORE team members in Atlanta in concert with company leaders at its campuses in High Point, North Carolina, as well as Las Vegas.

Outside of ANDMORE, Hall is active in the nonprofit community. According to the company, she is a leader in Women in Technology, an organization committed to empowering women and girls to excel in science, technology, engineering, the arts and math (STEAM) and was named Volunteer of the Year in 2022 for her work with providing technology-focused training to working mothers. She was in the inaugural class for the Atlanta Women’s Foundation’s Inspire Atlanta program, an initiative that provides opportunities for women to develop board leadership experience and fundraising skills to help change the lives of women and girls in Atlanta. She is an active volunteer with her sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.


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