Danielle Rahajason MPH

Project Lead


Danielle Rahajason is the Project Lead for the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership, and provides technical support for program development, implementation, and evaluation activities. Danielle is also responsible for developing and delivering training and technical assistance to partners, and she oversees medical-legal partnership program site activities.

Prior to joining the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership, Danielle worked for FHI360 (formerly Family Health International), and was part of a team that pioneered the delivery of injectable contraceptives, through community-based distribution, for women in remote areas of Madagascar. At FHI360, she provided the technical leadership to a program that helped shape the National Family Planning policy in Madagascar.

Danielle has a Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in Program Design, Implementation and Evaluation from the George Washington University. She also has a Bachelors in Business Administration from the University of Ottawa in Canada and a BA in Political Sciences from Hunter College in New York.