Danielle is the creator of the online brand, The Wellbeing Hacker. Her work consists of developing online courses, public speaking and leading corporate workshops – all focused on the topics of wellbeing & conscious leadership.
Danielle was formerly a management consultant at Gallup. Her key responsibilities included managing client relationships, and advising them on how to improve employee/customer engagement and wellbeing, leverage talent, and create high performing workplaces. Danielle also served as the liaison between Gallup and Gallup Senior Scientist Deepak Chopra, where together they focused on exposing Gallup’s wellbeing research to the world. Her efforts encouraged corporate and city leaders to broaden their focus from traditional metrics such as GDP to incorporate measures that reflect the quality of life of the people they lead and influence.
Danielle speaks publicly to various audiences about her cancer experience, life and wellbeing. She guest lectures with Deepak at his Columbia MBA course called “Just Capital and Cause-driven Marketing” as well as his Executive MBA class at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, “The Soul of Leadership.” In addition, she has been on stage at Deepak’s Sages and Scientists conference, and has been interviewed for his show “One World”. Danielle also blogs for the Huffington Post, is a G8 Young delegate, and is a volunteer and public speaker for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
As a Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma cancer survivor, Danielle completed two triathlons for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training program raising thousands of dollars. Danielle lives in New York City, is the oldest of 4 sisters, and her favorite pastimes include spending time with her family, traveling the world, playing soccer and the piano.
You can read more about Danielle Posa on her website.