Danielle James grew up in Alabama. She became a widow at the age of 32. She was married for only five short years to her late husband, Marcus James Sr. She is the mother of their two beautiful and intelligent children, Marcus James Jr. and Gia James.
Danielle James received an Associate of Science Degree from Bishop State Community College in 2003. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology from the University of South Alabama in 2005. She worked as a case manager for Alta Pointe Health Systems for 9 years prior to the unfortunate loss of her husband on June 2nd, 2013. Danielle left Alta Pointe in September of 2013 and was on a journey to comprehend her new life.
In May of 2015, she decided to become a small business owner as an independent jewelry consultant for Paparrazzi Jewelry and Accessories. Danielle uses her business to give back to the community through events such as the Daddy Daughter Ball. In 2016, she returns back to the service industry as a payee representative for 15 Place, a Homeless Day Shelter in Mobile, Alabama.
Danielle is an active member of her church and is over the Media Ministry. She also volunteers at church functions such as Senior Citizen's Day and Annual Youth Day. In addition, she assist in raising money for her church anniversary and she also helps to raise awareness on medical conditions such as Lupus and Multiple Sclerosis.
Danielle spends her free time reading, spending time with family and friends and participating in fitness activities to help strengthen her mind, body, and spirit. She continues to move up in her Paparazzi businesses as she is now a Premier Director, Crown 10 member and member of the Life of the Party Bronze access program. She wants to use this platform to start a non profit for young black widows with children.