Danielle Fuller-Wimbush is a social science researcher, activist, and philanthropic leader. As UUSC’s director of programs, research, and partner support, Wimbush oversees the day-to-day operations of the grant-making and research division of UUSC’s work.

Prior to assuming the director position, Wimbush worked as a consultant for UUSC, Oxfam America, the World Bank, and several other social sector organizations. Assignments included working with the governments of Eastern Caribbean nations to implement results-based financing in their health care system; assessing USAID’s sustainable agriculture initiative in Haiti, and evaluating USAID’s development programs in Afghanistan. Before launching her consulting business, Wimbush worked for the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation in Los Angeles assessing hundreds of non-governmental organizations and organizing major events with world leaders in Geneva, New York, and Washington D.C.

Wimbush has a PhD in Social Policy, with a focus on Global Health and Development from Brandeis University, a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Southern California, and a BA in Intercultural Studies.