Danielle Belopotosky Senior Vice President, Digital
Danielle is a senior vice president at Gladstone Place Partners overseeing digital strategy for client accounts across the firm. She also advises clients on strategic positioning and communications around issues management, M&A, capital markets transactions, activist defense and corporate profile raising.
At Gladstone, she has provided corporate and financial communications counsel for a wide range of clients including Accenture, Andeavor Petroleum, Arconic, AT&T, and Henry Schein. As the digital lead, her issues management experience includes advising companies on best practices for incorporating digital and social strategies into activist defense planning, reputation and crisis management, and other issues.
Before joining Gladstone Place, Danielle spent 11 years at The New York Times. Starting in 2012, she spent five years in Hong Kong, where she focused on developing the Times’ digital strategy in Asia. As digital deputy editor, Danielle directed breaking news coverage, established social media channels and leveraged analytics to inform future strategy. At the Times, Danielle produced award-winning digital storytelling projects and was cited for her contributions to Matt Richtel’s Driven to Distraction series, which won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting.
Danielle started her career as a reporting assistant for The Wall Street Journal in Washington, D.C., before becoming a reporter at the National Journal covering technology policy. She graduated from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and holds a B.A. in History and Political Science from Ohio University.