Daphne M. Baille, MA
As director of communications and marketing for TASC and its Center for Health and Justice, Daphne Baille helps shape public discourse to advance social change. In addition to overseeing TASC’s strategic communications and media outreach, she provides training and consultation internationally on social marketing, stigma reduction, and behavior change communication.
In more than 25 years at TASC, Daphne has convened national conferences, coordinated media events, and co-authored numerous articles, reports, and curricula on topics ranging from jail-based health care enrollment to community roles in addiction recovery. She serves on the planning committee for National Recovery Month, and regularly contributes to TASC’s programmatic and public policy initiatives to create more equitable systems of justice.
Prior to joining TASC, Daphne produced a nationally-syndicated public affairs radio program for the PIA Radio Network, managed public relations and fundraising for the American Red Cross in suburban Chicago, and served as a caseworker for a youth service agency in Hayward, California.
Daphne earned her BA in American Studies and French from the University of Notre Dame and her MA with distinction in International Studies from DePaul University. Her master’s thesis examines social marketing and intercultural health communication as strategies in preventing HIV transmission among adolescents in Cameroon.