Danielle Ramacciotti is the Executive Director, Campaign Strategy and Operations, of Global Partnerships at the United Nations Foundation. She is responsible for operational oversight of the Foundation’s Global Partnerships office and manages cross-coordination of partnership strategies for multiple campaigns including Girl Up, Nothing But Nets, Shot@Life and our malaria partnerships. Her portfolio includes the management of domestic and international strategic partnerships on behalf of the Nothing But Nets anti-malaria campaign, including United Against Malaria, an international collaboration of over 100 organizations and governments that captured the excitement surrounding the World Cup in South Africa to raise awareness of malaria issues in Africa.
Danielle has traveled across the United States and in Africa raising awareness and education of malaria and malaria prevention, and has led on-the-ground malaria education and bed net distribution trips in Africa.
Prior to joining the UN Foundation almost four years ago, Danielle served as a health educator at a large international school in England and at a small charter school in SE Washington, DC.
Danielle served in the Peace Corps for two years as a Health Extensionist in the Dominican Republic, where she concentrated on HIV/AIDS education and outreach to youth, families, and communities. After returning to the United States, Danielle worked at Peace Corps Headquarters for five years, first in the Partnerships Office and later in the Placement Office.
Danielle holds a Master’s of Education from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, and received her B.A. in International Studies from Miami University.