Danielle Robusto

Gymnastics & Special Needs Instructor

Danielle is from Twinsburg, Ohio where she was born and raised. She started gymnastics at the age of three and continued with it for 15 years, ending her career as a level nine gymnast. She began cheering her freshmen year of high school at Walsh Jesuit High School and now cheers at Kent State University. Danielle is a Speech Pathology major and hopes to work with and improve the lives of young kids in the future. She cannot wait to help teach the sport she fell in love with to other eager gymnasts. 

Motto: "What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny matters compared to what lives within us" -David Thoreau

Why I love gymnastics/teaching: I fell in love with gymnastics at three years old, and from there my passion for the sport has only grown. Gymnastics taught me so many valuable lessons like time management and perseverance.  This sport gave me my best friends who I will keep for the rest of my life. I will forever be thankful for all that gymnastics has given me, and I hope to give young gymnasts the same opportunity to fall in love with this sport like I did so many years ago. 

Fun Fact: I am the oldest of five kids, and my youngest sister is 13 years younger than me.