Daniela is a bilingual researcher with community-based research and evaluation experience using both qualitative and qualitative methods. Her background focuses on household food security, nutrition, and health education. She offers broad knowledge of evaluation methods and tools. She has conducted literature reviews, surveys, focus groups, and interviews; cleaned and analyzed data; and effectively communicated evaluation findings to a variety of audiences. Daniela is fluent in Spanish.
Before joining Harder+Company, Daniela worked as a program evaluation analyst at the UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations at San Francisco General Hospital and as a research assistant at San Diego State University Research Foundation (South Bay Latino Research Center and Center for Alcohol & Drug Use Studies and Services). In her spare time, she enjoys reading, cooking, and hiking.
- Master of Public Health, Public Health Nutrition, University of California, Berkeley
- Bachelor of Science, Public Health, University of California, San Diego
- Bachelor of Science, General Biology, University of California, San Diego
Areas of Expertise
- Behavioral Health