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Danielle Gill ’05 

Danielle Gill ’05 is a Strategic Business Manager at Tata Consultancy Services and is part of their two-­year accelerated leadership program. She is currently working on an internal strategy team redesigning the organization’s global business and technology consulting practice. Following this rotation, Danielle will be completing rotations with the Retail and Consumer Packaged Goods and Supply Chain practices to pursue her interest in combining technology and food systems.

Before her current role, Danielle had a nine-­year career as a registered dietitian in both the healthcare and public sectors, most recently as the Director of Nutrition at the New York City Department for the Aging. Her experience in this industry sparked her passion for improving food quality and access and has led her to pursue a business degree and pivot her career. She looks forward to combining her experience in nutrition and new knowledge in business and technology to improve the food systems with technology.

Danielle has an MBA from Cornell University, Johnson School of Management, where she was a Roy H. Park Leadership Fellow, a merit­-based, full-­tuition scholarship, and leadership pro­gram. Her B.S. in Nutritional Sciences is also from Cornell University.

She attended The Waldorf School of Garden City from 2nd grade through 12th grade, graduating in 2005. Her brother Jonathan graduated in 2015. Her mother, Aviva Gill, has been the wonderful School Chef since 2000.

Danielle Gill ’05 

Business & FinanceSymposium Panelist 2021
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Danielle Gill ’05 

Business & FinanceSymposium Panelist 2021

Danielle Gill ’05 is a Strategic Business Manager at Tata Consultancy Services and is part of their two-­year accelerated leadership program. She is currently working on an internal strategy team redesigning the organization’s global business and technology consulting practice. Following this rotation, Danielle will be completing rotations with the Retail and Consumer Packaged Goods and Supply Chain practices to pursue her interest in combining technology and food systems.

Before her current role, Danielle had a nine-­year career as a registered dietitian in both the healthcare and public sectors, most recently as the Director of Nutrition at the New York City Department for the Aging. Her experience in this industry sparked her passion for improving food quality and access and has led her to pursue a business degree and pivot her career. She looks forward to combining her experience in nutrition and new knowledge in business and technology to improve the food systems with technology.

Danielle has an MBA from Cornell University, Johnson School of Management, where she was a Roy H. Park Leadership Fellow, a merit­-based, full-­tuition scholarship, and leadership pro­gram. Her B.S. in Nutritional Sciences is also from Cornell University.

She attended The Waldorf School of Garden City from 2nd grade through 12th grade, graduating in 2005. Her brother Jonathan graduated in 2015. Her mother, Aviva Gill, has been the wonderful School Chef since 2000.