Danielle is a medical anthropologist with over a decade of qualitative research experience in health care and public health, including over five years of experience in patient-centered outcomes research.
She has designed and led over 25 qualitative studies in 10 countries for sponsors such as Regeneron, Kaiser Permanente, the United States Agency for International Development, and the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute.
She has worked in a variety of disease areas (including obesity, diabetes, lung cancer, and HIV/AIDS) and with many vulnerable and underserved populations (including LGBTQ youth in foster care, people with limited English proficiency, and sex workers). As a project manager, she has overseen national-level studies in the US, Africa, and the Caribbean that have influenced health policy and clinical practice guidelines. Danielle has a Master’s degree in anthropology from the University of Florida.