Destiny Daniel

Youth Justice Advocacy Fellow

An award-winning advocate and civic leader, Destiny is committed to being the change she wishes to see in the world. Currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in strategic communications with minors in community development and maternal and child health, Destiny has worked within ten campus executive boards, participated in seven transformative cohorts, and completed seventeen nonprofit internships during her matriculation. Notably, Destiny serves on the National Leadership Training Team of the Family, Career, & Community Leaders of America, an organization with a youth membership of 250,000 students. In this role, she directly facilitates programming for thousands of students to prepare them for social action in their communities. Destiny has been involved in campus events with the Petey Greene Program and as a Youth Justice Advocate within the university’s chapel. She hopes to lead an international nonprofit that brings education and opportunities to incarcerated birthing people in the United States and Africa. It is of utmost importance to Destiny that people, especially black women, understand their power and purpose, and have the ability to pursue their dreams.