Dani Ayers is a movement infrastructure architect, as well as an organizational development and strategy executive. She has spent 17 years uncovering and understanding what influences organizational health and viability, specializing in ‘building the plane while flying it.’ Her focus is the multi-layered work of racial and social justice, gender equity, and education. Dani has a Bachelors in Public Relations and a Masters in African American Studies, both from Temple University, and is also a certified board development consultant. She has led inside small, grassroots organizations, as well as large multi-billion-dollar enterprises, developing internal culture and strategizing around change and growth. As the first Chief Executive Officer at ‘me too.’ International, Dani oversees the various verticals of the organization; she has built ‘me too.’s foundation and infrastructure and is leading day-to-day operations. Dani currently lives in Atlanta and serves on several boards and advisory councils. She loves accessorizing and semicolons.
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