Danielle joined the Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health in June 2015. She comes from a background in Public Health, having studied a PhD at Liverpool John Moores University. Before that, Danielle studied Social Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh. Each degree has focused primarily on harm reduction within youth populations, looking primarily at substance use, sexual health and the utilisation of health services. During her time at LJMU, Danielle worked within the Centre for Public Health on projects relating to community involvement, health and wellbeing, violence and substance use.
Danielle is working on Project 3 of the programme, which involves studying social enterprises in rural and fragile communities within the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
Responsibility: Project 3 Researcher
Growth at the Edge