Danielle Adams is an influencer, writer, activist, body image coach, and speaker.
She’s very passionate about the impacts that beauty standards have on women and girls, food insecurities, race relations, and women’s rights. In 2021, Danni and Summer Innamen launched a body image coaching certification course for professionals who provide direct service to those struggling with body image issues.
During the pandemic, she worked alongside physicians to help minimize anti-fat bias in healthcare. In 2021, she partnered with Seminole County health department to decrease food disparities in low income communities. She shares a community vision where people of all backgrounds are not socially, politically, or economically restricted from moving freely. She’s received the Solidarity Award from Job with Justice award and has been nominated for several 2023 awards for change, including the 30 under 30 Global Brand Award.
Danini has been invited to speak at Harvard University, University of Ottawa, Bethune Cookman University and more about race, beauty, and more. She’s been featured on ABC’s Tamron Hall Show, Dr. Phil and The Sisaundra Show. Her work has been featured in Hello Beautiful, The Curvy Fashionista, Madam Noir, Ebony Online and more.
Danni was born and raised in Sanford, FL. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Florida State University. After graduating from FSU, she started working for Lutheran Social Services as a program manager. She also received a Masters in Public Administration from. She co-created an after school program that focused on literacy & cultural competency. Danielle dedicates her time to create social change.
Danielle models as a hobby and loves Law & Order SVU marathons.