Danielle L. Schumacher was born and raised in Rock Springs, Wyoming. In 2009, Mrs. Schumacher graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelors of Arts in Criminal Justice, Minor in Sociology, and a Pre-law Concentration. Mrs. Schumacher began attending the University of Wyoming’s College of Law in August of 2009. During law school, she also taught at the Laramie County Community College. In May of 2012, she graduated with the honor of outstanding student in the University of Wyoming’s College of Law Domestic Violence Clinic.
In August of 2012, Mrs. Schumacher returned to Rock Springs and began working at the Sweetwater County Attorney’s Office (CAO). She worked for the CAO for almost three years resigning in April of 2015. In May of 2015, Mrs. Schumacher opened her own law firm, Schumacher Law, P.C., and is currently providing high quality legal services to those in need.
Mrs. Schumacher also believes it is important to give back to her community. This is why since being back in Rock Springs, Mrs. Schumacher has dedicated some of her free time to volunteering within the community. When given the opportunity, she enjoys teaching at Western Wyoming Community College. She also currently serves as Secretary on the Family Resource Center’s Board and Southwest Counseling Services’ Board. And, she is an active member and the former President of the Sweetwater County Bar Association. Today, she has been given the honor of being nominated to be the Chair for the URA’s Organizational Committee.