Dayle is the founder and CEO of WomenOne, a non-profit focused on securing opportunities for girls to receive a
quality education globally. Partnering with Duke University, WomenOne created award-winning programming for Syrian refugee girls in Zaatari Camp and urban refugees in Jordan in concert with IRC. Dayle has traveled extensively on behalf of girls education to Jordan, Turkey, Sudan, Darfur, Angola, Congo, Rwanda, Kenya, Bolivia, India and China.
Dayle has been in the beauty and fashion business for over thirty years. She is the only person to have four major beauty contracts as the face and international spokesperson for L’Oréal, Revlon, Estée Lauder and Max Factor.
She has written two international bestselling books on inner and outer beauty and living in balance and has been a regular
contributor for CBS television, The Early Show. Dayle has written for CNN, Huffington Post, Redbook, Village, Interview Magazine, Glamour and Marie Claire on women and girls issues.
Recently, Dayle was invited by Prime Minister Trudeau to be part of the first Gender Equality Advisory Council for the
G7 raising 2.8 billion dollars for girl’s education globally. She is a co-founder of the Gender Equality Alliance, an innovative initiative bridging public and private collaboration to achieve gender parity at the highest levels of leadership. Dayle was nominated to the Vanity Fair Hall of Fame and is on the board of VAPHER Inc., and Artemis Rising Foundation. She is a member of the international think tank, The Council on Foreign Relations based in New York City and Washington DC.