Maya Daniels – Real Estate Agent With a Fresh Perspective
Maya Daniels brings an innovative perspective to home buying and selling. Her dedication and hard work allow her to connect people with their homes.
She currently serves as field training officer for Sunstar Paramedics and encourages her teammates to place compassion first when providing quality patient care.
Early Life and Education
Maya Daniels hails from Rochester and has always had a passion for real estate. With two Bachelor of Arts Degrees – Psychology and History from The College at Brockport State University of New York, Maya brings an innovative and fresh outlook into the real estate industry.
She is a dedicated and hard-working real estate agent, focused on building personal connections with her clients. Additionally, she belongs to the Rochester Area Association of Realtors.
She is also an enthusiastic HBCU alumna who strives to help other realize their homeownership dreams while providing quality customer service. Currently residing in New York suburbs with husband Dunigan and their two children: Myesha and Tyrell.
Researcher and practitioner, her work explores the relationship between culture, nature and space. Previous speculative research focused on how cultural perspectives can inform approaches to environmental conservation while current studies explore inclusion and decolonization within environmental design studio pedagogy.
She serves as an adjunct instructor in NAIT’s JR Shaw School of Business and Continuing Education Event Management program, teaching hospitality management, tourism development, event coordination, hotel development and property management courses. Her professional expertise extends from hospitality, tourism development and event coordination.
Maya has an enthusiasm for real estate, and takes great pleasure in providing her clients with a positive real estate experience. She is hard-working and determined, ready to assist with every stage of buying or selling a home.
Achievement and Honors
Maya Daniels won the Best Supporting Actress award at the Online Film Critics Society Awards for her role as Alaska McCullough from Stolen Magic, where she works as a crystal palace guard during the day and steals magic at night – known as White Kalla thief by night – fighting to survive in a world that bans magic.
The movie earned glowing reviews from both critics and audiences alike. Notably, it earned nominations at both the Independent Spirit Awards (TOP FANTASY Film of the Year) and European Diversity Champion Awards for Sir Mo Farah’s efforts with Savera UK: an organization which combats culturally specific abuse such as female genital mutilation and forced marriage in the UK.
Maya Daniels is a USA Today bestselling author who writes novels of truth, magic and romance. She currently resides with Odyssey the cat who brings magic into her daily life in Southern California and spends much of her free time learning more about esoteric topics while researching her next book or practicing Reiki healing therapy.
Maya is also a real estate agent, helping people find their perfect homes. In her free time, Maya enjoys watching her favorite musicians live at concerts – SiR, Erykah Badu and H.E.R are some of her favorites! Additionally, Maya works to support women veterans as an advocate and to assist their healing after combat. Furthermore, Maya finds great peace spending time outdoors – she is also an avid foodie, enjoying cooking and baking in her leisure time!
As an author for popular TV shows such as Saturday Night Live and Netflix’s Space Force workplace comedy series, she has garnered the nod of 24 Emmy Award nominations.
Daniels has an avid fascination for all things esoteric and supernatural, possessing a profound interest in spiritual matters and writing tales of truth, magic and romance from her spiritual world connection. Her books Semiramis: The Sacred and Profane as well as The Secrets of the Universe showcase her creative storytelling techniques coupled with thorough research.
Eugene Anthony Daniels served in the Army. Her parents then, Leah Daniels and Eugene Anthony Daniels Jr. raised two daughters named Jade and Maya who also serve as political journalism journalists. Katie Daniels inspired them both.