Public Health Analyst
- MPH, Global Health and Development, Emory University
- BA, Double Major in Anthropology and Spanish, Colorado State University, Honors College
L. Danielle Wagner is an investigator in the Women’s Global Health Imperative (WGHI), a group within RTI dedicated to improving the health status of women and girls around the world through rigorous epidemiologic, biomedical, socio-behavioral, and implementation research to improve infectious disease and chronic health outcomes.
Ms. Wagner’s work addresses a key maternal health and infectious disease priorities for low-income populations. She has experience working in sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America on a range of topics, including HIV/AIDS prevention and care, family planning, gender-based violence, and vaccination. She has nearly a decade of experience working collaboratively alongside the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Agency for International Development, community-based organizations, and international government agencies. Ms. Wagner has a demonstrated ability to manage and lead complex projects and to use data and insights to provide strategic program and research recommendations. In addition, she has experience training research staff, writing and designing study protocols, and in qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, analysis, and writing. She has extensive experience working with data management systems and data collection instruments.