For over a decade, Danielle E. Cornwall has provided economic empowerment through program management, strategic planning, and relationship development through her work at the Jackie E. Robinson Foundation and the National Urban League. Her non-profit career has been a platform to various internal and external stakeholders building bridges of understanding between today’s decision makers and tomorrow leaders around issues of social justice and economic empowerment.
In her supervisory roles, she has expanded the development of national programs, spearheaded cross functional internal and external teams, provided grant oversight, and led strategic initiatives. She has also partnered with over 30 colleges and universities, numerous corporate sponsors and trained volunteers. In 2011, her organizational leadership abilities were recognized and she was selected for the National Urban League Emerging Leaders program.
She currently serves on the Local Development Corporation of East New York’s Board of Directors. In the ever-changing workplace Danielle recognizes the importance of all team members and how their contributions can enhance or derail mission driven organizations. She aims to strategically move organizations forward as they seek to remain competitive and thrive in the market.
Danielle holds a Master of Social Work from Howard University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Hampton University.