|Intro||Mexican taekwondo athlete|
|Is||Martial artist, Athlete, Taekwondo athlete|
|Birth||27 August 1999, Baja California, Mexico|
Daniela Paola Souza Naranjo (born August 27, 1999) is a Mexican taekwondo athlete of combat or kyorugi modality. She has won bronze at the World Taekwondo Junior Championships in 2016, the gold medal at the Barranquilla Central American and Caribbean Games in 2018 and at the 2019 Pan American Games in the –49 kg category.
She participated in the 2019 World Taekwondo Championships in Manchester, reaching the quarterfinals of the flyweight tournament. After advancing on a first-round bye, she defeated Bouma Coulibaly from Ivory Coast and Abishag Semberg of Israel before falling to two-time Olympic gold medalist Wu Jingyu.
She was born in Zapopan, but considers Tijuana her hometown.