Zannah grew up in Olympia, WA and grew up traveling with her family, mostly in Latin America, visiting cooperatives through her father’s fair trade business. She graduated from the University of San Francisco with a B.A. in International Studies, Pre-medicine and a Minor in African Studies. She has worked in a variety of domestic and international settings teaching health education and working with clinics and community-based organizations in the Dominican Republic, Togo, Uganda, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Nicaragua, Mexico, San Francisco, and Washington State to support community health worker programs. She moved to DC almost a year ago, recently started a Masters in Public Health at George Washington University, and is honored to have been selected as a Global Giver Fellow.
Zannah is learning Hindi with GLN to develop and support primary care clinics and a community health worker programs in Rajasthan, India.