Danielle Milner is the Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at DO:BETTER, a full service branding agency. As the CSO, Danielle works as a c-suite coach to build compelling visions into purposeful and relevant brands. With her big-picture view and results-orientation, Danielle uses creative leadership to drive cultural shifts in organizations big and small. Danielle is the Co-creator of DO (something), the creativity conference built to inspire the DO'ers of the world to act. DO (something) features creative leaders from around the globe, who serve up their formulas for success (and failure), and remind us all that the courage to do is all that really matters. Danielle is an Entrepreneur in Residence at Washtenaw Community College's Entrepreneurship Center, chair of the Ypsilanti Downtown Development Authority, secretary of poverty-elimination organization Friends In Deed, and director of the Riverside Arts Center Foundation. Prior to founding DO:BETTER, Danielle spent more than 15 years in credit union executive leadership, taught media relations at Michigan State University, and managed a public sector client roster at Michigan-based public relations firm Kolt Communications.