SARAH NUNN, RN, MSN is a co-founder of Teach for Health and the Director of Nicaragua Programs. She completed her MSN at the University of California – San Francisco in 2010, specializing in Advanced Community Health and International Nursing. Sarah works as a clinical nurse at Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center and Orthopaedic Hospital when stateside. She has done a variety of volunteer work in global and community health, including participating in outreach programs within Milwaukee’s Hmong, African American and Latino communities, organizing cultural programming within the UW-Milwalukee College of Nursing, and acting as a spokesperson and presenter at a city-wide Health Fair for the Racine Latino community. Sarah is particularly interested in community-driven public health work and highly values collaboration, open-mindedness and mutual learning in public health. She was recently awarded a Fulbright fellowship to expand the TFH Nicaragua program and has moved to San Ramon Nicaragua to supervise all Teach for Health field activities.