From an early age, Danielle Lupo was curious about how the human body works. However, when she was in a car accident for the first time at the age of 25, she suffered some mental anguish, and then she felt the need to do something for others.
She has been active in the medical field for the past 10 years, although she has also been featured in magazines such as Playboy. He is also a cardiographic technician. For the past 12 months, she has been working as a frontliner in the United States. Therefore, she has not been able to devote as much time to modeling as before.
“Honestly, this is one of the most challenging and honored times of my life,” says Lupo. “When I was 25, I started to feel anxious. Covid added to my anxiety and fear, and I was afraid that it might spread to people close to me.” I was hospitalized twice last year, but I didn’t feel Covid 19 because PPE gave me protection. ‘
She did not rule out the possibility of returning to modeling, saying, “I will definitely return to modeling. However, this is not happening now because of Kovid. However, I think I will return when the situation is safe again. I miss fashion, laughter, creativity, people all. It’s all inspiring. ”
These frontliners dream of one day pursuing a doctorate in psychology, she wants to help those suffering from mental illness. In her spare time, she runs a social organization called Wolf Pack Pact for Change, which raises money for local social service programs.