Danielle Slaton is a known American retired professional soccer player. She works at Santa Clara University as the Director of External Relations within the School of Education and Counseling Psychology as of now.
Slaton works at San Jose Earthquakes, NBC, Fox Sports, and the Pac-12 Networks as a soccer television analyst additionally. She works for both the U.S. Soccer Foundation and Bay Area Women’s Sports Initiative on the Board of Directors furthermore.
Slaton was born in San Jose, California, United States on June 10, 1980. She is 42 years old.
Slaton stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in/1.68 m tall.
Slaton completed her high school course at Presentation High School in San Jose, California. She led the soccer team to three Central Coast Section Championship games during her time there. Then Slaton attended and graduated with a degree in psychology from Santa Clara University in 2002.
Her parents are Frank Slaton who works as a high school track coach. And teaches physical education and Sandy teaches middle school.
Slaton is happily married to John Albers. The duo exchanged vows in 2019. Together, they are blessed with a son and they stay in Chicago, Illinois.
Slaton annually receives a salary of $99,654.
Slaton has an approximated net worth of $ 1 million.
She captained the women’s soccer team to the 2001 NCAA National Championship. Slaton was titled the NCAA College Cup Defensive MVP during her time in College. Slaton coached soccer at Northwestern University, where she also earned.
Her Master’s Degree in Sports Administration afterward. Slaton also works at the Pac-12 Networks, NBC, Fox Sports, and San Jose Earthquakes as a soccer television analyst. She served as a match analyst for Fox Sports, For the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France.
Slaton joined the Big Ten Network as a soccer analyst in 2010. She worked for Fox Soccer for the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship as a sports analyst in 2014. Slaton also worked for Fox during the 2015 Algarve Cup as an analyst in addition.
She joined the broadcasting team for “Chicago Fire Weekly” on ESPN Chicago. In February 2015 and served for the Fire on Comcast SportsNet Chicago as the sideline analyst. Slaton worked for San Jose Earthquakes and Comcast SportsNet Bay Area as an analyst in March 2016.