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Danielle Moodie-Mills

Sarthak Published On Mon Sep 16 2019   Modified On Mon Sep 16 2019
Danielle Moodie-Mills

Facts of Danielle Moodie Mills

Full NameDanielle Moodie-Mills
First NameDanielle
Last NameMoodie-Mills
Birth NameDanielle Moodie
ProfessionPolitical Analyst, Host, Advisor
Birth CountryUnited States
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationLesbian
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseAisha Mills
AwardsTop 100 African American Trailblazers,Top 40-Under-40 National LGBT Leaders
EducationGeorge Mason University
Networth$1 M
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Date of BirthNovember 10,1979
Age40 years
Married DateAugust 7,2010
Amount$1 million


    Body and Relation Status of Danielle Moodie Mills

    What is Danielle Moodie Mills marital status ?Married
    Who is Danielle Moodie Mills married with?Aisha Mills
    When was Danielle Moodie Mills married?2010

    With the rising issue of gender equality and human rights, we must address the LGBT community as well. And today we will discuss Miss Danielle Moodie-Mills, who is an advisor for LGBT Policy & Racial Justice at the Center for American Progress. Similarly, she is the Director of Education Advocacy at the National Wildlife Federation.

    Danielle Moodie-Mills

    Danielle was born on November 10, 1979, in the United States. As of 2019, she is 39 years old, and her birth sign is Scorpio. She belongs to Jamaican-American heritage. Currently, Danielle works as a CEO of Politini Media, a boutique communication strategy firm.

    Image: Danielle Moodie-Mills; Source: Instagram
    Image: Danielle Moodie-Mills; Source: Instagram

    Mills earned her Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Government from the Marymount University. Similarly, in 2006, she graduated with a Masters in Education, Special Education and Early Childhood from George Mason University.

    Net Worth

    The host of a radio podcast called, WokeAF at SiriusXM, Danielle Moodie has a net worth of $1 million as of 2019. She earns a massive income from her career as an activist, advisor, and as a director of few organizations. 

    Additionally, Danielle is a social entrepreneur and policy analyst with more than a decade of working experience. Likewise, she is currently an Advisor with the "Fighting Injustice to Reach Equality," or FIRE, initiative that she launched with her wife, Aisha, at the Center for American Progress.

    YouTube: Danielle Moodie-Mills - The Politico

    Talking about Moodie's annual salary, she might earn over $200,000 from her diverse profession. The average salary for an advisor is around $75,000, and a host of a radio talk show earns around $30,000. In the case of Moodie, she is involved in other ventures as well. Therefore, we can assume that Moodie has a desirable income.

    Wife-Aisha Mills

    Danielle Moodie is a married woman, and she is living happily with her soulmate Aisha Mills. Together the lovebirds have been married for over nine years. Aisha, herself is a prominent woman. She is a seasoned political strategist and social impact advisor with twenty-years of working experience.

    Danielle Moodie and Aisha Mills at their wedding; Source: Essence
    Image: Danielle Moodie and Aisha Mills at their wedding; Source: Essence

    Danielle and her wife, Aisha, were instrumental in bringing marriage equality to the District of Columbia. As president, Aisha led the marriage equality campaign to victory. Together the couple fights for the right of LGBTQ community and racism.

    Image: Same-Sex couple Danielle Moodie and Aisha Mills; Source: Essence
    Image: Same-Sex couple Danielle Moodie and Aisha Mills; Source: Essence

    Currently, Danielle and Aisha produce and host “Politini,” a politics and pop culture show on

    How did Danielle and Aisha meet?

    Danielle and Aisha were first introduced by their mutual friend back in 2009. During that time, both were coming out of their past failed relationship. Both Mills and Moodie agree to the fact that they immediately fell in love at first sight.

    In an interview, Danielle revealed about her life-partner saying:

    “Out of seven billion people on this planet, I’ve found someone that makes me feel like I want to live, and not just live, but live out loud and love out loud."

    Wedding Ceremony

    Danielle and Aisha married on August 7, 2010, and their nuptial was performed in an interfaith ceremony at Orchard Hill at Old Westbury Gardens, Long Island, New York.

    Image: Danielle and Aisha at their wedding ceremony; Source: Essence
    Image: Danielle and Aisha at their wedding ceremony; Source: Essence

    They applied for their marriage license on March 3, 2010. Further, Mills and Moodie are among the first same-sex couples to apply for a marriage license in Washington, D.C.

    Image: Aisha and Danielle’s official certificate of marriage; Source: Essence
    Image: Aisha and Danielle’s official certificate of marriage; Source: Essence

    Aisha, as the president of the marriage equality campaign, led the successful fight for marriage equality with her partner in D.C. in 2009.

    Their marriage became a Cultural Milestone for LGBTQ

    When Danielle and Aisha were married, their wedding became a major headline in the town. Afterward, their marriage became a cultural milestone in the fight for LGBTQ equality.

    Moodie and Mills' matrimonial ceremony was the first lesbian wedding ever featured by Essence magazine. Likewise, Essence earned its first GLAAD Media Award for featuring their alliance.

    Danielle and Aisha: Idol of LGBTQ

    For their efforts, both Moodie and Mills has been named one of The Root’s “Washington Power Couples." Further, they have been named as The Root’s "Top 100 African American Trailblazers." Likewise, both also have been featured as one of the Advocate’s "Top 40-Under-40 National LGBT Leaders."

    Image: Aisha Mills and Danielle Moodie; Source:
    Image: Aisha Mills and Danielle Moodie; Source:

    When asked about the future leading candidate, Danielle said she supports female personalities like Kamala Harris, Oprah, and Cory Booker.

    In conclusion, we now know full details about Danielle Moodie-Mills. She is a prominent figure of the LGBTQ community. To know about your favorite idols, we suggest you follow