Katherine Daniels

Senior Project Officer

Katherine Daniels serves as a Senior Project Officer at Management Sciences for Health, a global nonprofit organization that works to save lives in over 50 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Eurasia by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health. Katherine plays a critical role in supporting MSH to implement high-quality programs in leadership, management, governance, and organizational capacity-building. She draws on nearly 20 years of experience working in international development and corporate social responsibility throughout Africa, Latin America, and Asia. Prior to joining MSH, Katherine was Senior Program Officer at Mercy Corps, Manager of Stakeholder Partnerships at Nike, Inc. , and Senior Private Sector Advisor at Oxfam America. She also served as a public health and community development volunteer with the Peace Corps in Guinea, West Africa. Katherine holds an MBA in international business and a MS in international development management from American University and a BA in Psychology from Georgetown University. 

Katherine’s skills and experience include the following:

  • Project management: providing strategic and technical support to diverse teams to implement high-quality projects
  • Private sector: improving working conditions within global supply chains
  • Stakeholder management: listening and communicating with a broad range of stakeholders
  • Partnership development: developing collaborations between NGOs and the private sector
  • Policy and advocacy: articulating policy positions to decision-makers
  • Proposal Development: designing and writing high-quality proposals to institutional and private donors
  • Strategic planning: facilitating group collaboration to achieve cohesive strategic plans