Meet Our Vaccine Ambassadors

Meet Our Vaccine Ambassadors

Our Vaccine Ambassadors are students and recent graduates dedicated to addressing vaccine hesitancy and access in underrepresented communities, with an emphasis on working with religious and faith-based community organizations. This initiative is funded by Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC)’s program, Faith in the Vaccine and is in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University Program in Islamic Studies.

If you’ve utilized any of our resources towards increasing vaccine confidence, please track it on this sheet:

Sami ahmad
Johns Hopkins University
(Graduated 2021)
Cleveland, Ohio
Layla al-Zubi
Johns Hopkins University
(Graduated 2020)
National Institute of Health
Rockville, MD
Mehak Ali
Johns Hopkins University
Edmond, Oklahoma
Rewaa Elgazzar
Johns Hopkins University
Brooklyn, New York
Baraa Elhariry
CUNY School of Public Health
Brooklyn, NY
Nafisa Haque
Johns Hopkins University
Hatfield, PA
Moosa Jaweed
University of Maryland
Laurel, MD
Safwan Jaweed
Ohio State University
Cincinnati, OH
Zainab Jimoh
Johns Hopkins University (Graduated 2021)
Houston, TX
Sana Kamboj
Johns Hopkins University
(Graduated 2021)
Baltimore, MD
Sela Marin
Johns Hopkins University
New York, NY
Habiba Matumla
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD
Maiss Mohamed
Johns Hopkins University
Alexandria, VA
Thamanna Nishath
University of Washington School of Medicine
Seattle, WA
Amira Otmane
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Aurora, CO
Mahniz Reza
Barnard College
Queens, NY
Yameen Saima
Yameen Saima
Northwestern University AMHP Vaccine Outreach Coordinator
Abu Bakr Syed
University of Illinois, Ubana-Champaign
Samihah Syed
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI
Zaid Syed
Ohio State University
Colombus, OH
Jafrin Sultana
CUNY School of Public Health
New York, NY
Yousra  Yusuf
New York University
New York, NY
Dr. Homayra Ziad
Dr. Homayra Ziad
Director, Program in Islamic Studies, Johns Hopkins University

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