Safia Abou-Zamzam is a Research Assistant on the Better Evidence team. In this role, she supports the Better Evidence for Training and Better Evidence for Clinical Care projects by researching opportunities for expansion, landscaping new digital tools, reviewing program applications, and aiding in data analysis.
Safia recently graduated from Harvard College, where she studied Psychology as well as Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. During her undergraduate career, she demonstrated her passion for improving equity and access to resources by working at Y2Y Harvard Square, a youth homeless shelter, and becoming one of the first Diversity and Inclusivity Chairs of The Harvard Crimson.
In the future, Safia hopes to pursue a Masters of Business Administration or a Masters of Public Health in order to help her continue improving the global healthcare field.