Danielle Mosley (She/Her) currently serves as the Youth Development & Education Specialist for The Community Builders Inc. Committed to community service and quality educational opportunities for youth in the city of Chicago, Danielle received several certifications related to the welfare and care of children and families within the State of Illinois.
Danielle holds a Masters’ of Arts Degree in Human Services from Concordia University and a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Practice with a concentration in Psychology. In addition to her primary job functions, building community partnerships is her greatest skill set. As the Founder and CEO of a 501c3 organization “A Hand To Give”, her belief is that all children and families deserve quality housing and education despite their circumstances or disabilities. Within the last three years “A Hand to Give” has provided over 15,000 essential items, and educational support to low-income families, single mothers, and individuals with disabilities. Her commitment to serving and advocating for underserved communities has not gone unnoticed. Danielle has received recognition by the Black Women Professional League Inc. as a 40 Under 40 Recipient and the Iconic 22 Award from The Chicago Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated. In her free time, she enjoys trips to Starbucks and watching Hallmark movies. Danielle currently resides in the Roseland Community. Danielle’s life mantra is “Be the change you want to see.” Danielle models the positive change she desires to see in her community, through service and partnership building.