Danyella Terrell, LMSW is a native of Pearl, MS youngest girl of 7 children, and 2-time graduate from The University of Southern Mississippi School of Social Work. Currently serving as an adjunct instructor at the University, her determination to teach with integrity and compassion is conveyed to her students. She began her social work career as a licensed social work intern at Ellisville State School. Her 1st post undergraduate job was with Forrest County DHS where she was assisted in decreasing the custody count from 400 to 76 children over a five-year time span. Her social work experience includes supervision, front line and regional case management, hospice, as well as navigation with the Medicaid Bridge to Independence program, currently known as Community Transition Services and Clinical therapy. 

In addition, she is a flourishing entrepreneur of 3 Businesses: Berry Boujee' Boutique Inc, The Boujee' Boss Pop-Up Market and DBT Properties.