Dani Bergman Chudnow

Dani Bergman Chudnow

Biography

Dani Chudnow lives in New York and was born in 1999.

•  Dani's favorite school subjects are humanities and science.

•  She plays soccer, runs track, and plays the drums.

•  Her hobbies include reading, writing, snowboarding, and playing with her dog.

•  When she grows up, Dani would like to be an international news journalist and try to become a professional soccer player.

"I hope to further develop my voice and perspective as a Kid Reporter...so I can fairly present multiple perspectives on current issues facing kids and other people."

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