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Danielle Walker

Danielle Walker was born and raised on the bayou and hails from Bourg, Louisiana. She graduated from South Terrebonne High School in 1999, LSU in 2002, The George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management in 2005 and The University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business in 2017.


Danielle lived in Washington, DC for fourteen years.  For the majority of that time, she worked at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce where she was part of building and running the organization’s U.S. - Africa Business Center. She led government affairs for the Chamber in Eastern and Southern Africa as well as for issues related to trade facilitation and energy across the African continent. After business school, Danielle joined Pfizer and moved to New York to lead the company’s Middle East and Africa policy and government affairs. Most of her professional experience has been in African politics, lobbying, coalition building, speech writing and coaching executives in government affairs. She held several roles during her tenure at the firm that broadened her experience to include all of the Emerging Markets and a number of therapeutic area specialties.


Danielle moved back to the bayou in 2020 to be near family and got involved in the local anti-mandate, truth in medicine movement. She left Pfizer in April 2023 to launch The State of Freedom podcast and has never looked back.


Danielle is passionate about her faith and relationship with Jesus, and she believes strongly in the Biblical foundational principles upon which America was founded. She is an advocate for personal liberty, election integrity and a return to Constitutional governance.


Danielle is the Board Secretary for We the People Bayou Community; and she is a CASA volunteer in the Houma area. She has a daily devotional blog and an online retail shop for women’s accessories,

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