Daniela Terminel is the CEO of Global Health Corps (GHC), which mobilizes the movement for health equity by building the next generation of health leaders. Since 2009, GHC has placed and developed creative young professionals from diverse backgrounds into high-impact health positions in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, the United States, and Zambia. GHC’s vibrant, global community of emerging leaders is nearly 1000-strong and growing.
Daniela pairs extensive global strategic and operational expertise with a strong commitment to the principle that leadership can change the world. For more than 15 years, she has worked with leaders around the world to transform entrepreneurial ecosystems and create long-term economic development in the for-profit and non-profit spaces. Before joining GHC, she served on the executive team at Endeavor, where she led the organization through a period of expansion across five continents and multiple industries. She was responsible for launching offices in Europe and Africa and managing operations in 10+ markets. She has also held executive roles in the private sector, serving as Managing Director at Biblomodel-Allsteel, a multi-national furniture enterprise.
Daniela was born and raised in Mexico City, where she learned the importance of being an active part of society in order to catalyze change. She’s devoted her career to fostering strong leadership in social innovation, which is critical to sustainable development and transformation.
Daniela holds a BA in International Business from Universidad Anahuac Norte in Mexico City, and has completed executive leadership programs at Stanford Graduate School of Business, Harvard Business School and Thunderbird School of Global Management. Alongside living her life with purpose, she loves to cook and is passionate about sports, especially soccer and tennis. Daniela is based in New York City.