Danielle Turcola is an expert in executive presence and business influence. As a trusted advisor to corporations, executives, and private clients, she coaches them on how to increase their professional influence. Danielle prepares her clients to confidently command the room with a presence that is credible, memorable, and influential.
For over 28 years, Danielle has been turning leaders and emerging leaders into powerhouses. She refines all aspects of their presence from appearance, clothing, body language, conduct, and presentation skills to personal idiosyncrasies that invite ridicule and diminish effectiveness. Danielle also sharpens table manners and dining skills for successful business entertaining. She gives executives an immeasurable edge in global business interactions by introducing them to the cultural nuances of their international business partners.
Danielle is President of the consulting firm Professionalism International Incorporated as well as the founder and CEO of WHAT TO WEAR TO WORK, INC.
She is a member of the National Speakers Association and a past President of the Association’s Ohio Chapter. She holds a B.A. degree in Spanish and studied six languages. She also lived in Valencia, Spain and has traveled to 27 countries.
Danielle works across industries. Her clients include: Dow Chemical, Deloitte, McDonald’s, The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, FedEx, Goodyear Tire and Rubber, Pacific Gas and Electric, and The Golf Digest Companies.