Toni Daniels has been a nationally known force in leadership education for adults and teenagers for more than thirty years.  As a youth minister, a seminary admissions director and a leadership trainer in both the Episcopal and Lutheran churches. she has created training programs used by hundreds of churches and thousands of people, and has spoken at conferences throughout the United States. She is passionate about the vitality of vocation for every human being.

As a person living with a physical disability, Daniels is known as an inspirational speaker. She has frequently been interviewed in print and on television, and was the subject of “Angels Never Say Hello,” a story in the New York Times bestseller, A Second Helping of Chicken Soup for the Soul.  Her work has been included in the 2004 anthology Women’s Uncommon Prayers, as well as in Episcopal periodicals.