Danielle Marom is the Program Manager for the Israel-Asia Leaders Fellowship at the Israel-Asia Center.
Danielle has 15 years’ experience promoting international relations programs, cultivating relationships with NATO officials, the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of the Environment, as well as numerous European, Israeli and Palestinian NGOs, government and aid agencies and US academic institutions.
Leveraging her passion for the environment as a platform to promote international relations, Danielle worked with the Israeli-Palestinian Center for Research and Information and served as the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies’ (AIES) first-ever Academic Fellow and Research Policy Fellow.
She later collaborated with the Jerusalem Municipality as they adopted the now nationwide plastic bottle recycling program, coordinated with NATO to lead Israel’s first-ever Advanced Study Institute on “Trans-boundary Water Resource Management”, and worked with the Centre for the Study of European Politics and Society through Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
For the last few years, Danielle has developed tailor-made consulting services, helping hundreds of candidates throughout Asia, Europe and the Middle East gain acceptance to global academic programs, and has assisted Israeli entrepreneurs and private companies develop their marketing and communications strategies.
Subsequent to the completion of her International Baccalaureate studies in the US, Danielle studied at the Arava Institute Environmental Studies’ Leadership Program and the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (Panama), earned a B.A. at McGill University (Canada) in Political Science and pursued graduate work in International Relations at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. She was also active in joint Euro-Mediterranean leadership initiatives in Budapest, Prague, Amsterdam and Marseilles. An avid traveler, some of Danielle’s favorite explorations have been through Thailand, Cambodia.