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Danielle Wooten Kelley is a advocate for Women's Health Issues.

Supporting Women's Health Across America

Supporting Women's Health Across America

Supporting Women's Health Across AmericaSupporting Women's Health Across AmericaSupporting Women's Health Across America

WE generally live long and healthy lives when compared to other less developed countries, but there is more WE can do! 

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Supporting Women's Health Across America

Supporting Women's Health Across America

Supporting Women's Health Across AmericaSupporting Women's Health Across AmericaSupporting Women's Health Across America

WE generally live long and healthy lives when compared to other less developed countries, but there is more WE can do! 

Danielle Wooten Kelley is a advocate for Women's Health Issues.

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We women still face many health issues involving cancer, disease, mental health, and fertility. In 2017, heart disease and cancer were the leading causes of death among women in the U.S., accounting for a combined 43 percent of all female deaths. 

Source: https://www.statista.com/topics/3312/women-s-health-in-the-us/

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Danielle has created a platform to engage women of all races and economic classes to inform and energize women to become more involved in making sure WE are the healthiest version WE can be!

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Danielle W. Kelley, Mrs. Navy Yard 2020

Danielle knows what happens when women don't take care of themselves or are not educated on women's health issues.  She has dedicated herself to educating women of all colors, ages and economic status on the issues that we face as women!

She has entered Mrs. DC America 2020 to emphasize this issue and bring awareness!


Mrs. Navy Yard 2020

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Help Danielle unify global efforts in the common goal of fostering public awareness and education about gynecologic cancer