Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids Program Manager
Position: Youth Advocacy Program Manager
Organization: Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Danielle Hosein is a public health advocate passionate about social justice, eliminating health disparities and achieving health equity for all. She began her work in tobacco control in New York City where she served as Program Coordinator and Deputy Director of the NYC Smoke-Free program under New York State’s Advancing Tobacco-Free Communities grant. While working with NYC-Smoke-Free, she supported youth engagement efforts through Reality Check, the youth action component of the New York State Bureau of Tobacco Control Program.
She brings a wealth of experience advocating for tobacco control initiatives including smoke-free affordable, supportive and public housing, reducing tobacco retail proliferation in under-served communities, creating smoke-free outdoor spaces, reducing youth access to tobacco imagery in movies and educating community members about the hazards of flavored tobacco products, including menthol.
In her current role, she manages the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids’ Youth Advocacy Program.
Danielle is originally from Bronx, New York and received her MPH degree in Community Health Education from the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy.