Danielle Countryman is an intern with Sabin’s Vaccine Acceptance & Demand (VAD) Initiative and is a second-year MPH student in Global Health Policy at George Washington University. At Sabin, Danielle provides cross-cutting support across numerous research projects on the VAD team. She brings a diverse set of experiences to Sabin, including providing research support to a qualitative investigation of parents of gender minority youth at the George Washington University, assisting university faculty on NIH-funded research projects at the Center on Commercial Determinants of Health, and developing nutrition education resources for the US Department of Agriculture’s Child and Adult Care Food Program’s Spanish-speaking audiences. She also served as an intern with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. Originally from Georgia, Danielle earned BAs in Global Health Studies, International Affairs, and Anthropology with a minor in Spanish from Mercer University in Macon, GA.
Health for All Ages: Life-course immunization
The benefits of a life-course immunization approach for reaching zero dose-adults, children, and promoting vaccine equity worldwide.