DeNoire Henderson

About DeNoire Henderson

DeNoire Henderson is a creative (composer, singer, songwriter), community leader, and social justice advocate. Her experience as a vocal arranger and composer spans over 10 years. As a singer, she has toured internationally in venues like and including the White House and U.S. Embassy of Panama. She has worked with various award-winning artists including Bryan McKnight and Donnie McClurkin. DeNoire also served as a Cultural Ambassador during the Obama Administration performing and teaching music in various countries.

As a community leader DeNoire is devoted to empowering communities to thrive in their purpose, advocate for themselves, and pool resources amongst their network to build up the lives of their community members. She has served as the program director for various nonprofit youth organizations advancing educational enrichment, civic engagement, branding and leadership development in Washington DC, Georgia, and California. She received her B.A. in Communications and Culture from Howard University and is currently a M.A. candidate at Columbia Theological Seminary where she will receive a Master of Divinity and a Master of Practical Theology in Worship, Preaching, and the Arts.

DeNoire currently serves as the Program and Creative Director for Moments of Focus, LLC., and recently founded Foreign Creations LLC, a creative agency that specializes in storytelling through music composition, content creation, and web development.

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