Danielle Sobol

Danielle Sobol has over a decade of research experience in a wide range of disciplines including quantitative and qualitative international development and anthropological research, basic science and clinical research, and market analysis. She currently works as a consultant to design and execute quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods research and evaluation projects that capture the needs and demands of marginalized populations and focus on client-centered interventions in financial access. Her work focuses on microinsurance demand and product development, digital financial services access and consumer protection (with an emphasis on innovative digital credit models), and the use of large, nationally representative datasets to produce actionable insights and recommendations for achieving financial inclusion goals. Sobol has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration-Development Practice from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University.