Danielle M. Dupuy, MPH
Associate Director, Chicago Breast Cancer Quality Consortium
Danielle's educational background includes a B.S in Microbiology and a MPH in International Epidemiology, both from University of Michigan (Ann Arbor). Between receiving her Bachelors and Masters, Danielle spent 1 year in Washington D.C. working on Capitol Hill for former Congressman Rob Portman. She has a particular interest in women's health issues and has spent time in India and Mexico working on health projects related to women's health. Upon graduating from the University of Michigan with her masters, Danielle accepted a position with the Sinai Urban Health Institute (SUHI) as an evaluator of a maternal and child health program on the west side of Chicago. Once Danielle began working in Chicago she became aware of the gross racial health disparities that exist throughout the city, particularly in the field of breast cancer. As her own mother lost her battle with breast cancer in 1997, Danielle is passionate and dedicated to the work of the Task Force and will continue to do what she can to improve breast cancer outcomes for women, especially the underserved.