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Jeneé Darden has a gift of connecting with audiences. She keeps it real, and fun, in her talks. Jeneé is well known for sharing her mental health struggles after her father Chris Darden served as co-prosecutor for the O.J. Simpson Trial. She speaks on other issues related to mental health and wellness. Clients seek her for talks on journalism, writing and issues she covers in her reporting.
Jeneé Darden also does voice over work. Most recently she narrated the audio tour of the "Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love" exhibit at the de Young Museum in San Francisco.
Whether Jeneé is facilitating a panel discussion with bestselling authors or delivering a keynote about living with anxiety--audiences leave enlightened, inspired and smiling.
JK, Podcast Listener
Last year I was going through a difficult time. Your podcast helped. It felt good to know I was neither alone, nor crazy. Thank you.
V. Acosta, Los Angeles
You were stupendous, beautiful, courageous, bold and wonderful! I really enjoyed your energy.
Creative Mornings, Oakalnd
What an amazing talk! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and experience.
Voice Overs and Reporting
On-Camera and Virtual Interviews
Past Speaking Engagements
UC San Diego
City University of New York (CUNY)
California College for the Arts
New America Media
Bay Area Book Festival
Head Royce School, Oakland, CA
St. Elizabeth High School, Oakland,CA
Lowell High School, San Francisco, CA
John Ritter School, Watts, CA
Moorestown Friend School, New Jersey
Bay Area Women in Publishing
Local Lit at San Jose State University
Black Women's Media and Wellness Project
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Alameda County Behavioral Healthcare Services
Together Against Stigma International Conference
California Association of Social Rehabilitation Agencies
Empowering Womxn of Color Conference
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority National Conference
Delta Sigma Theta Women's Empowerment Conference
Reclaim UGLY Conference
California Library Association
African American Museum & Library (AAMLO), Oakland
Museum of the African Diaspora (MOAD), San Francisco
Association of Writers & Writing Programs
San Francisco Public Library
Oakland Public Library