directs programs and communications. She has worked in academic settings for over fifteen years as a writer, editor, teacher, and adjunct professor. Danielle has a PhD in English Literature, and an MTS in Theology and Literature, and is passionate about the intersection of literature, theology, and health.
is the Program Director of the Reimagining Health Collaborative for the Theology, Medicine, and Culture Initiative. She came to Duke in 2012 to manage the data collection efforts for the Clergy Health Initiative (CHI) and now also serves as the Director of Program Development for CHI. She has worked in health research and program development,
Carl has worked at the intersection of theology and health for Duke Divinity School since 2008, when he joined the staff as Managing Director of the Institute on Care at the End of Life. In his current role with TMC, Carl contributes to strategy and provides oversight and support with a focus on building, integrating,