Women's History Month - Danyelle Blackwell

Upper Darby Celebrates Councilor Danyelle Blackwell  

Upper Darby Township Council Community Engagement Committee is pleased to highlight the women who serve on Council in honor of Women's History Month. They each make an important impact while serving the residents and the Township of Upper Darby. And for that we say . . .Thank you!

Councilwoman Danyelle Blackwell is the first woman of color to serve the 4th District in Upper Darby. She has served on Council since 2020.

She is the current Chair of the Public Health and Environmental Affairs Committee and is currently earning her Doctorate in Health Care Administration. She earned her MBA from the University of Phoenix and BBA in International Business from Temple University.

She is a licensed Accident and Health, Life and Fixed Annuities Pennsylvania Agent, runs a small business, and has been a housing and job advocate for decades. She serves on the Philadelphia Unemployment Project (PUP) as a Board member. Councilwoman Danyelle Blackwell has been a homeowner in Upper Darby’s 4th District since 2005. She loves Upper Darby! 

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