Research & Publications
Danielle Chiaramonte, Ph.D., is a T32 postdoctoral research fellow in the Consultation Center's Division of Prevention and Community Research. Dr. Chiaramonte currently works with the Family Violence Research Program in the Sullivan Lab and supports YaleEval with the 2020 Connecticut LGBTQ Community Survey.
Dr. Chiaramonte's program of research promotes health equity for sexual and gender minorities through organizational and system-level change. As a community psychologist, Dr. Chiaramonte works from an ecological perspective and conduct research in collaboration with community organizations and/or the communities they serve. Two lines of research guide her work. The first lies at the intersection of HIV and gender-based violence (GBV), focusing on multisystemic responses to HIV and GBV among sexual and gender minorities. Her second line of work focuses on research methods and approaches that utilize existing community resources and elevate the voices of sexual and gender minority youth.
Education & Training
- PhDMichigan State University, Ecological-Community Psychology (2020)
- MAMichigan State University, Ecological-Community Psychology (2016)
- BADePaul University, Communication Studies/Psychology (2013)