Danielle Williams

Meet Danielle Williams

Danielle Williams is a real estate professional at COMPASS who specializes in residential, land and vineyard sales across Mendocino County. Additionally, she serves as luxury home expert and property manager.

She is currently working as a Kellogg visiting fellow on her second book project that investigates Jesuits in sixteenth and seventeenth century Mexico, exploring notions such as family, governance, and religious acculturation.

Early Life and Education

Danielle Williams teaches third graders at Guy B. Teachey Elementary School in Asheboro NC and enjoys working with this age group because they have so much to learn while being so innocent about it all. Her passion lies with using music as an agent of social change as well as exploring global approaches to education.

Once graduated, he practiced medicine in Chicago and taught anatomy at Chicago Medical College (now Northwestern University). As a dedicated advocate of African-American patient rights, he established Provident Hospital on Chicago’s south side – considered by many to be its inaugural interracial hospital – providing more facilities accepting African American patients and opening an interracial hospital in 1891 which later served Cook County Hospital and St Luke’s Hospital before 1926 when becoming a charter member of American College of Surgeons in 1913.

Professional Career

Danielle Williams is an experienced business litigation attorney who handles high-profile, material damages disputes on behalf of both public and privately held companies, including patent infringement, trade secret misappropriation, copyright infringement as well as breach of contract cases related to antitrust or environmental matters.

She has served as a graduate assistant in the USM School Psychology program and now teaches part-time for that same program. Additionally, she serves as clinical supervisor to graduate students and interns in school counseling.

She can often be found designing Afrocentric jewelry or watching Nollywood films during her free time. Additionally, she is deeply passionate about social justice issues related to gender and family violence and partners with various faith communities to empower their members in living out their values of transforming the world.

Achievement and Honors

Danielle Williams earned several accolades during her athletic career. She won two medals (bronze and gold) at the Summer Universiades, was world champion in 100m hurdles, held several college records, and three times was honored as USTFCCCA National Women’s Track Athlete by USTFCCCA National.

In 2023, she was honored to be honored by Johnson C. Smith University with induction into their Hall of Fame. A superstar track and field competitor at JCSMU, she amassed nine NCAA Championships and 13 CIAA Championships during her track and field tenure – garnering 13 All-American selections, according to HBCU Sports.

As a freshman, she received the Schutt Sports / NFCA Division I National Freshman of the Year award – becoming the first Wildcat ever to achieve such recognition. During her rookie campaign she achieved 31 victories and 13 shutouts to lead both categories within Big Ten play.

Personal Life

Danielle Williams has an unwavering determination to succeed and believe in giving back. Her business, Dressed by Danielle, uses secondhand clothing to reduce landfill waste and has helped reduce waste accumulation over the years. Her goal is to expand Dressed by Danielle over the next five years.

Danielle Williams keeps busy outside her professional endeavors by partaking in various hobbies and pastimes that help her unwind and unwind, giving her fresh insight and inspiration for her work. Additionally, she enjoys spending time with her family – especially her three children Sissy, Richard, and Lexi – which has solidified their bond despite geographical distance. Her social media presence has opened many doors for collaborations as well as sponsorship opportunities.

Net Worth

Danielle Williams’ career path exemplifies the power of growth. Her commitment to adapting to changes and constantly refining her content approach positions her as a pioneer within social media.

Daniele Williams is the daughter of Kayla and Richard Williams from Gypsy Sisters fame and her magnetic presence on social media has opened many doors for her business ventures and charitable activities.

Daniele may be best known from her appearance on 90 Day Fiance: Love in Paradise, but her main source of income comes from her yoga business, Yinsa. Yinsa provides retreats, workshops, private yoga classes and Ayurvedic skincare products – as well as making money through Cameo where she charges between $44 to $333 for personalized videos for fans.

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