Individual Member: Danielle Prince
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Danielle is passionate about women’s rights around the world. She is from the United States and has cumulatively spent 8 years living, working and volunteering abroad. Danielle holds an MA in International Development Studies from the University of Amsterdam, focusing on Sub-Saharan women’s migration experiences in a human rights framework. In 2011 she completed a year-long certification in psychological trauma in order to deepen her understanding of trauma victims’ experiences of violence. Danielle has worked in the fields of women’s rights, micro-finance and most recently, domestic violence. Last four years she spent with the Eastside Domestic Violence Program in the Seattle area, where she is currently employed as program manager. She also volunteers with Stirring the Fire, a global project focused on gender equality. Previously she has volunteered in Germany, Ghana, India, and New York in various roles with the same purpose: to work toward her global sisters’ equality. Most recently in Cambodia she helped document stories from acid burn survivors and survivors of domestic violence. In 2010 Danielle traveled to South Sudan as a volunteer with the Valentino Achek Deng Foundation where for six weeks she worked with women and girls in the rural community of Marial Bai. Danielle blogs regularly on Go Girl Magazine and has written for Gender Across Borders and Peace X Peace.
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