In 2004 I apologized to the Peace Corps for being raped, because I believed them when they told me it was my fault. The messages I received during my counseling from Peace Corps have stayed with me as little reminders, embedded in my psyche. Don’t tell people you’d been drinking the night you were attacked….
Danielle is a connector of people, resources, ideas, and joy. She has fluttered through more than 40 countries to explore, do yoga, connect spiritually, write, share laughter, and build relationships new and old. She's landed in five countries for longer stints, including four years in Mali. Her greatest aspiration is to serve others by supporting them to uncover and birth their truth and thus take back their innate power. In the daylight hours, she works with nonprofits and public agencies doing program evaluation, ToP facilitation, and strategic planning. She's currently seeking representation for her memoir manuscript, "Pawns and Prisoners: A Memoir of Denial." Learn more at http://www.danielledryke.com.