Danielle Kristine Toussaint is founder and CEO of She Thinks Purple, a women-powered creative agency that partners with impact-driven entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders to tell inspiring brand stories and change the world.
She also leads Marketing and Communications for KID Museum, a STEM, cultural exploration, and maker-based learning center based in Bethesda, Maryland that serves kids and educators across the region.
A storyteller, strategist and social entrepreneur, Danielle has been the writing pen behind op-eds and speeches for Huffington Post, Forbes.com, and TEDx. She’s author of the e-book “Dare to Think Purple: The Female Founders Guide” and the producer and lead curator for PurpleCON, a brand amplification conference for women and diverse social enterprise, nonprofit, tech-for-good founders.
Danielle holds a B.A. in Political Science and African American Studies from Yale University and a M.S.Ed from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. She’s a graduate of Founder Gym, a global virtual accelerator for new majority tech founders.
Brand Strategy and Storytelling
Social Impact Storytelling
Website Content Strategy/Development/Copywriting
Pitch Development/ Pitch Decks
Executive Communications (Talks, Speeches, Ghostwriting, Founder Story)
Startup/Social Impact Branding/Digital Presence
Events/Panels/Conferences Content Strategy/Development/Speaker Selection