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About

Danielle Ennis, FRSA

Author, Educator & Coach

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Born and raised in London, Danielle has dedicated almost a decade of support and empowerment to others. Stirred by a passion for potential, Danielle has equipped youth and adults to achieve both personal development and career orientated goals.

Danielle first developed an interest in advocacy and community whilst at university. Through studying law, she became interested in injustice and for a time considered practising family law. However, it was through her seasonal work at a youth charity that triggered a response to help others in a different way; to support young people as a frontline worker, equipping them with the long-term skills they required to truly thrive.

Danielle‚Äôs reach went across London, supporting young people with various issues such as substance misuse, gang involvement, mental health, and peer issues. She loved witnessing lives change through successful partnership. Relatable but firm, she used honesty, humour and her own experiences to connect and build meaningful relationships. Danielle has also been a forerunner in developing best practice and strategies, to aid organisational goals in each place of work. 

In the later years, she has turned her focus to providing life-skills resources for the education and social sector. Lessons and publications are created to equip practitioners, parents and young people in the development of skills such as critical thinking, emotional intelligence and self-awareness.

Danielle continues to mentor young people, and is also passionate about coaching adults, finding it an effective tool in empowering others to meet and exceed their goals and ambitions.

The themes of personal development, progress and living fulfilling lives continues into speaking engagements. Danielle is a frequently requested speaker, invited to share to a variety of audiences on topics that inspire others towards positive change.

Danielle became a member of the Royal Society of Arts in 2017, following recommendation for her community and coaching work.