Dana brings passion for creating new ideas to address public health challenges to her work at Rabin Martin. With nearly a decade of experience, she currently develops programs that improve access to care and helps clients communicate their efforts.
At Rabin Martin, she specializes in:
- Providing data-driven guidance on program development and implementation;
- Engaging stakeholders and building coalitions among unlikely partners;
- Creating communications strategies to increase awareness of public health programs and solutions
Dana worked at Rabin Martin from 2011-2016 and recently returned to the firm in 2018. Prior to rejoining the team, she was the Program Officer for the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade, where she managed grant making activities for a portfolio of projects focused on improving breast cancer prevention, care and support. Earlier in her career, Dana supported the Gender, HIV/AIDS and Security program at the Social Science Research Council, where she coordinated convenings of researchers, policymakers and advocates to reconsider the relationships between health and human security.
Currently, Dana is a Doctor of Public Health student at the CUNY School of Public Health. She is also the Board President of All-Options.
DPH (current student), Community, Society and Health
CUNY School of Public Health
MPH, Health Policy and Management
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
MA, International Relations
University of Chicago
BA, International Development Studies and Political Science
University of California, Los Angeles