Zehra serves as the Learning Manager on the Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning team, responsible for developing, managing, and disseminating learnings from Water.org’s growing body of evidence. Previously, she worked with the International Programs team as the Special Projects Associate, coordinating cross-regional working groups, leading information and knowledge management, and serving as the dedicated point of contact for interdepartmental requests and activities.
She brings her expertise and passion for global health to Water.org in an effort to alleviate the health burdens caused by lack of access to safe water and sanitation. She previously worked in the domestic and global sector of public health in both Boston and Atlanta, assisting in launching Boston’s first city-wide public health systems assessment and managing CDC-funded health programs in Central and Latin America.
Commitment to Water.org
"Water.org’s market driven approach is a unique and sustainable solution to the global water and sanitation crisis. My belief in the model is strengthened every time I go into the field to meet those who have benefited through our work – seeing their happiness, pride, and restored dignity affirms that empowering people and communities to take control of their water and sanitation needs leads to an improved quality of life. I am proud to work with Water.org and to see dignity restored in the lives we reach."
MPH, Boston University
BA, Emory University