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Danielle’s nonstop sundry of notable accomplishments includes: female understudy for the 2006 national touring stage play, Issues: We All Got ‘em, by Laterras R. Whitfield; writer/director/producer of her own 2007 national stage play, Itching Ears (later renamed When All Hell Breaks Loose), which traveled two years across multiple states captivating over 10,000 viewers; female vocalist on Fred Hammond’s Grammy Award winning 2008 Warehouse Worship DVD;  lead female role of “Tammy” in the 2010 hit gospel stage play, Heaven I Need a Hug, by Kendrick D. Young; and performance vocals on Fred Hammond’s 2011 platinum album, God, Love & Romance.  In 2013, Danielle attained her first off-Broadway credit, portraying the lead role of “Grace” in the off-Broadway stage play, Cain & Able,directed by king of dramedy, J.D. Lawrence; as well as blessing audiences as the opening vocal artist for the twenty-city Everybody Get Up concert tour featuring Fred Hammond and the United Tenors (Fred Hammond, Dave Hollister, Brian Courtney Wilson, and Eric Gulley).  That same year she also completed her freshman recording album entitled, Soundtrack of Life: Act I, under her artist name, “DaniRob”, adding to her repertoire a global fan base.  Returning to her stage roots in 2015, Danielle wrote and directed Why Good Girls Become Bad Boys, the riveting stage production starring celebrity well-knowns Tamika Scott of the R&B female group, Escape and actor Carl Payne of Martin that toured across cities in Texas as well as in Washington, DC at the legendary Warner Theater. 

 In 2017 and again in 2019, Danielle took her audience on a mind-blowing journey when she wrote and directed the theatrical production, The King, where she infused Christmas character favorites Grinch, Scrooge, and Santa Claus into the classic children’s tale of the Wizard of Oz and left her Washington D.C.

and San Antonio audiences spellbound and inspired by what was lauded as “The most innovative theatrical production you will ever witness.” by local and national critic reviews.

Danielle accredits the five plus years she competed in the Miss America pageantry system, where she dominated in the talent competition component, as the treasured asset that prepared, shaped, and empowered her for a life in entertainment and the accomplished entrepreneur she has become in the industry.  As CEO of Perpetual Innovations Entertainment, Danielle has successfully produced over fifty event productions encompassing stage plays and comedy shows to pageants and concerts. She leads with firsthand knowledge, wisdom and experience of the Black woman’s plight and fight to successfully crack glass ceilings and sit with voice at the head table in both the entertainment and business realms. While her triumphs overshadow her trials, her lessons-learned have been the fire that fuels her perseverance and the compass she uses to cultivate her company’s culture.  

Danielle presently serves as Director of Worship at Now Word Covenant Church in San Antonio, TX and is the devoted wife to her own “King”, Rickey Gulley.  Reverently crowned as being a “triple threat” over the years, Danielle talents and gifts gives much greater and goes well beyond even that rare dub.  She stands firmly on her principle that “You are more.” … and she purposes to exemplify and encourage just that each day, in every way.