Danielle Dobos is a recent graduate of Stanford University with a B.A. in Economics, and a minor in modern languages.
Her coursework focused on income inequality both in the United States and further afield, questioning equal access to education and healthcare. She has assisted with research projects examining a diverse array of economic affairs, from international monetary policy to development initiatives in Ghana, and most recently the labor market effects of United States Affordable Care Act (ACA) for her undergraduate honours thesis.
Since graduation, Danielle has been working as a consultant for the social impact consulting firm ‘Dalberg Development Advisors’ in San Francisco, but hopes to pursue a PhD in the near future. In her free time, Danielle enjoys cooking, running, and travel.
Undergraduate Award Global Winner in 2016
University: Stanford University
Modeling the Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Labor Market Supply in the United States