Ex-Officio Member, Science Board Chair
Danielle M. Campbell, MPH, is a sociobehavioral scientist, activist, public health strategist, and experienced researcher who integrates implementation science, biomedical and biobehavioral sciences in HIV treatment, prevention and cure research. She has extensive experience in infectious disease-related work, and was recently funded to conduct research to examine impacts of SARS-CoV-2 among historically marginalized populations. Danielle is currently a member of the faculty at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, School of Medicine in the Division of Preventive and Social Medicine and Clinical Research Manager in the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. The focus of Danielle’s work has been examining the influence of structural systems and paradigms of power on the production of health inequities among racial/ethnic and sex/gender minority populations living with and affected by HIV/ AIDS and other marginalized populations with an emphasis on women and girls.
Danielle is a community organizer for HIV/AIDS and sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice awareness. She volunteers as an HIV tester/counselor aboard a mobile testing unit. She dedicates her energy to serving as a member of a community scientific subcommittee for a global HIV/AIDS research network, and Chairwoman and Commissioner of the Los Angeles County Commission on HIV.
Danielle’s extensive service to APHA includes as HIV/AIDS Section Chair, Secretary, Policy Chair, and Governing Councilor. She is the current Chair of the APHA Science Board.
Danielle earned her Master of Public Health degree from Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, and Bachelor’s in public health science from the University of California at Irvine.