Speaker Profile:

Tetteh Hassan
Ifrah Ahmed

Children’s Mental Health Case Manager

Metro Social Services

Ifrah is a Somali-Kenyan refugee who works as a community health liaison and was the Ethnic Empowerment group president. She has been living in the US for about 10 years. She graduated from FHSU with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Minor in Leadership. She graduated from Egerton University in Nairobi Kenya with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. She was born in a refugee camp. She has been able to further her education and make a name for herself. Most of her work is focused on the needs of Africa refugees. Her goal is to promote a positive community and others understand her culture and help refugees assimilate into their new homes. She is determined to help build a culturally-diverse community.

Session(s):

COVID-19 Through the Eyes of an American Refugee: A Story of Engagement

Called In vs. Called Out:  America’s journey toward equity