Danielle Boose is a speaker, trainer, coach and author. She completed her Bachelor's Degree in Human Sciences with a concentration in Family Relations and Child Development from North Carolina Central University. Danielle is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is an active community advocate.
She started her professional career as a Family and Consumer Sciences high school teacher. In this role, she realized her passion for empowering youth and young adults. While teaching, Danielle volunteered as a mentor for at-risk youth with Durham Companions. She also provided teen mothers support through weekly skill building support groups and through public speaking engagements.
Through education and professional experiences, Danielle has built a strong skill-set making her a perfect guide for youth seeking to empower themselves and reach their potential greatness.
Danielle transitioned from work in the classroom to work in the community assisting individuals with disabilities as a Mental Health Professional. In particular, she taught vocational and life management skills. It was from this work she found her calling to help youth and young adults empower themselves.
Danielle was made painfully aware that young people are often faced with tremendous challenges, which can include teen pregnancy, family drug addictions, single parent households, sexual abuse, and depression. But, from her own experiences overcoming such obstacles, and watching youth display incredible resilience, Danielle knew success and even greatness was still possible.She holds the unshakable belief that although people may have experienced difficulty in their past, it should NEVER define their future.
Danielle’s mission is now to empower others to define their greatness and execute their goals. Danielle continues to expand her platform through public speaking, co-hosting on Let's Face It radio, and authoring upcoming empowerment books. She can be found at www.danielleboose.com