Danielle Collins Partner Joe Vollen
Danielle Collins boyfriend Joe Vollen is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University.
He started his career in fit modeling in 2007 and has been working with some of the best brands and companies in the industry. Although Joe has made a significant name for himself as a model, he started to rise in prominence after dating the tennis icon Collins.
The Johns Hopkins University alum is active on many social media platforms, including Facebook and LinkedIn.
Based on his LinkedIn profile, he started his career as a fit model at Marithe + Francois Girbaud, an international clothing company founded in France by stylists François Girbaud and Marithé Bachellerie. He has been working for this brand since 2007.
Joe has been in a contract with an American publicly traded fashion company, Ralph Lauren, since October 2012. Moreover, he works with Calvin Klein Jeans, an internationally operating American fashion house.
The 40-year-old also has signed a deal with Banana Republic, an upscale clothing and accessories retailer owned by The Gap, and Club Monaco, a Canadian-founded low-end luxury casual clothing retailer owned by Regent, L.P.
Along with being a model, the New Jersey native has followed his passion for music. He has worked as a guitarist for Grammy-winning DJ Mark James, The 45 King, an American hip-hop record producer and disc jockey from The Bronx borough of New York City.
His Playing Career At Johns Hopkins University
Joe Vollen played four sports during his time at Johns Hopkins University. Vollen was lettered in football, Lacrosse, basketball, and track at Montclair.
He was a reserve midfielder on the Lacrosse team who saw no game action in his first year. He was ruled off after being cleared to play to maintain freshman eligibility in 2002. In 2003, he played in 14 of JHUs 16 games while making his first career appearance in the season opener at Princeton.
Vollen scored one goal and added two ground balls on the year. He was a two-time First Team All-State selection in Lacrosse. Moreover, Vollen garnered All-State and All-County honors in football and helped the team to appear in the state championship game.
Joe majored in Psychology during his time at Johns Hopkins between 2001 and 2005.