Danielle Parker is a Reentry Coach at CORE in Oakland, CA, and a proud native of the Bay Area. She is the founder of Overcoming Transitions, a burgeoning organization dedicated to empowering young ladies and women of color. The organization focuses on nurturing healthy self-images, self-esteem, and self-awareness, along with providing workforce development skills. It aims to guide its members towards making better life choices and steering clear of crime. Furthermore, Danielle offers training in administrative and project management through her for-profit venture, Dream 2 Life Consulting. This initiative is designed to equip individuals with skills that enable them to earn a living, whether from home or in the workforce.
Danielle has devoted over a decade to serving underserved communities. Her motivation stems from her personal experiences during challenging times in her life, where she found strength in encouraging others as well as herself. Her commitment to personal evolution has driven her to dedicate her time, compassion, and knowledge to help others unlock their full potential.
With a professional background spanning various sectors, both private and public, Danielle possesses a diverse life perspective. She is also honored to serve on the Board of The Black Film Guild. Her involvement in the Guild is fueled by her belief in the organization's vision, mission, and its significant impact on local communities and surrounding areas.