Imani Daniel is the Racial Justice Administrative Manager at Dallas TRHT. Imani has trekked a multifarious career path that has kept a consistent through line: bringing ease and process to support big visions and even bigger visionaries. With a resume history supporting C-Suite executives, CEOs, professional athletes and entertainers, and across industries from Fortune 500 companies to nonprofit and professional sports teams, Imani’s career story is anchored by a divinely nurtured vision for helping people do their work while doing it well.
A thorough-bred Brooklyn girl, Imani’s roots cultivated a deep sense of grounding in culture, art and moving at the speed of a sleepless city. She credits her sharp sight and deft movement to navigating the ways the city moved her. While in New York, Imani supported executives at Goldman Sachs, McCann Group and Sesame Street. She also oversaw administrative function at Thomas Faison, a style agency responsible for dressing some of entertainment and sports’ mainstays.
In 2014, Imani transitioned to Dallas, where she served as Administrative Director for top data analytics firm Wunderman Thompson, followed by a slew of freelance projects in fashion, advocacy and community organizing.
When she’s not managing the lives and workflows of executives and organizations, Imani can be found creatively building community around justice, faith and blackness and the proliferation of their intersection. She’s an active member of the Dallas-Ft. Worth Urban League Young Professionals and the immediate past secretary. Imani is also the visionary of Black Women Buy Out, a creative collective of black women on a mission to explore, shift, and deeply engage the cultural narratives that inform our lives.