Danielle Adams 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. She has facilitated cultural competency trainings at Harvard University, the University of Ottawa Canada, Michigan’s Department of Education, Dupont YMCA, and others. Danielle dedicates her time to create social change. She was lead on the Jaguar’s Foundation project in 2017 to get 500 refugees to their first NFL game while working at Lutheran Social Services. Danielle helped lead efforts to organize people to the polls in Sanford during the 2018 election. Danielle currently works for the Dream Defenders as the Central Florida Regional Organizer. Danielle models as a hobby and loves Law & Order SVU marathons.