Danielle Sherman has more than 11 years of experience developing, implementing, and evaluating chronic disease prevention programs. As a Project Manager at Active Living By Design (ALBD), Danielle Sherman contributes to the development and delivery of technical assistance, virtual learning activities, consultation, communication, and evaluation services to build capacity of communities to become healthier. Danielle also identifies and shares best practices related to healthy community programs, policies and innovative tools within the ALBD team, key stakeholders, and community leaders.
Prior to her current role, Danielle served as the Project Manager for Active Routes to School, a partnership between the North Carolina Department of Transportation and the North Carolina Division of Public Health. She was also a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Public Health Prevention Service Fellow at the North Carolina Division of Public Health. Danielle also served as a Global Senior Project Coordinator at Quintiles Laboratories and a Research Assistant with Spelman College Student Health Services’ Diabetes Program.
Danielle Sherman earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Spelman College. She also earned a Master of Public Health in Health Education/Health Promotion from Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia, where she received the Honor Graduate and Academic Achievement Awards.