Christiana Danielle is an Indiana native singer/songwriter, national recording artist, public speaker, Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) and mental health advocate. Christiana graduated with her bachelor of Social Work from Huntington University in 2017 where she was an all-American track athlete, student ambassador, recipient of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, and campus worship leader.
Her unique tones and creative vocal arrangements made her a Top 10 stand out on season 14 of NBC's The Voice. She was coached by 15x Grammy award winning Alicia Keys. Keys describes Christiana in her memoir entitled, More Myself, as a "woman who oozes individuality…bright and glittery and vocally gifted. Capable of shining under pressure and was the type of unique artist that America doesn't see enough of." Although Christiana's newfound stardom was exciting, her tenacity for education and mental health led her to New Jersey to attend Rutgers University where she graduated magna cum laude in 2020 with a Master of Social Work.
Christiana also released her debut ep "Growth" in November of 2020. She describes this project as an eclectic work of art that takes the listener on a journey of emotional growth through the context of a relationship. This R&B/Soul album is unique in that each song encapsulates a nod to the different subgroups of the genre. Christiana prides herself on having "message music" as each of her songs tells a story.
Currently, Christiana is a clinician in the school system and continues to destigmatize mental health, racial disparities, and discrimination to marginalized communities through her profession as a mental health consultant to non-profit organizations and as adjunct professor at Vincennes University. Christiana's goal is to combine her passions of singing and mental health to help others become more mindful, mentally healthy, and conscious of their impact on themselves and the world around them.
Let's Master this MOUNTAIN together!
With an aim to be a welcoming community and fostering belonging for all, this year we are creating space to talk about hard things and healing them.