Danielle Jenkins Henry, LMFTA is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, corporate wellness consultant, Adjunct Professor for graduate-level clinical mental Health students, speaker and empowerment coach. As a former 6-year global marketing executive at Microsoft, she draws from personal racial experiences in tech to motivate women and people of color to release themselves from the shackles of oppression.
After the unexpected loss of her career in marketing, Danielle struggled to recognize who she was and found meaning and purpose in supporting others to rise up and heal. She speaks up to empower the voices of those who have been disempowered by advancing the field of couples and family therapy forward in addressing racial trauma and other systemic symptoms resulting from institutional racism. Danielle is a 2020-2021 AAMFT Minority Fellow, trained in EMDR, and has presented her work at state conferences.
With a blend of experiences in corporate spaces and now as a mental health clinician, Danielle is uniquely positioned to support organizations create space for the development of programs that address systemic racism and negative racial challenges for diverse workforces. Danielle empowers women and people of color to heal and grow from their darkest experiences and live their boldest life NOW. Danielle lives in Seattle, is a yoga enthusiast, and finds ultimate joy spending time with her husband and 5-year-old son.