D A N I E L L E R . S A N D E R SEntrepreneur , Content Creator , Spoken Word Recording Artist & Writer
Danielle Sanders is an entrepreneur, content creator, spokenword recording artist and writer. The owner of three websites, sheshares her love of life, music and culture on each of her platforms.For over 15 years, Danielle has provided commentary on music,life, love, relationships, and issues concerning black women.She is the Founder & President of Black Bloggers Chicago, anorganization of over 300 dedicated to supporting, educating andconnecting Chicago Content Creators of color in the ChicagolandArea with brands and companies.
A proud womanist, Danielle created “The Sum of Many Things”, alifestyle, personal development and advocacy blog for blackwomen. She has been honored for her work advocating fordomestic violence victims and her blog series that focuses onwomen who have survived, aptly titled the “Survivor Series”, sheshares the stories of Black Women who have survived and thrivedin spite of adversity.
She is also a music blogger and spoken word recording artist whocreates house music under the production of Grammy NominatedProducer and DJ Terry Hunter. Her singles have hit the top of theTraxsource House Music charts and are currently played on dancefloors around the world. Her website, Black Widow’s Web, isfocused on telling the stories of Chicago House, R&B and SoulMusic and preserving its culture. She interviews artists, coversparties, concerts and festivals locally and beyond and serves asthe Official Blogger for The Chosen Few DJs, Hyde Park Brew Fest,The Summer Oasis Music Festival and more. Offering frequentcommentary on the music scene, she was most recently featuredand interviewed in the award winning documentary, TheeDebauchery Ball, a film about Chicago’s AfroFuturistic AnnualHouse Party.
“Like a Lotus blooms through the mud, she blooms from wounds, hurt and pain andbecomes a beautiful flower. She is strong, powerful, and resilient. One petal at atime, she is blooming into her purpose and destiny.”–D. Sander