About Danielle Fracchia

Co-Founder of Fracchia & Co., I deliver practical solutions to help families and family businesses address their most pressing challenges.

I am Co-Founder of Fracchia & Co. and the author of Putting Yourself Before Your Successor: How to Prepare Yourself for a Successful Family Business Transition . Known for my holistic and objective approach, I draw on my diverse experience across three areas to deliver pragmatic perspectives and solutions to overcome the unique challenges confronting affluent families and large family business owners.

The first area is the educating of, caring for, and advocating on behalf of, children, adolescents, and young adults in public and private settings. The second area is the decomposition of pressing and complex family and social challenges. And the third area is the research, development, and implementation of policy and programs with widespread social impact.

I take an unwavering yet practical approach to satisfy my voracious appetite for personal and professional growth and development, and believe success and diligence are inseparable. I appreciate that, unlike other resources, time is finite and sacred. As a result, I invest immense energy into everything I do, in particular, my professional relationships with clients and practitioners, and my personal relationships with family, friends, and my partner and husband of twenty years.

I believe family businesses are in a unique position to provide superior value to their families and greater society, yet face complex relationship and succession planning and transition challenges. As such, I help families and family businesses address these challenges practically to maximise their individual and collective impact.

I am available for select consulting and speaking engagements.

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Fracchia & Co. About - Danielle Fracchia
‘I believe family businesses are in a unique position to provide superior value to their families and greater society, yet face complex relationship and succession planning and transition challenges.’