Samra Brouk is a Senior Member of the Business Development team at DoSomething.org, the largest organization for young people and social change in the US. Samra secures and manages strategic partnerships with brands and corporations interested in connecting with young people around social change. Most notably she has played a key role in securing partnerships with ESPN, 3M, ABC-Disney Television Group and Johnson & Johnson.
Samra previously worked at the mission-based cleantech company, Recyclebank. While there, Samra quickly rose to a role managing strategic municipal accounts for the entire Northeast region, utilizing her expertise in forging public-private partnerships.
Before moving to the private sector, Samra was a Municipal Health Coordinator with the US Peace Corps, where she led health education initiatives in rural villages throughout the Guatemalan highlands. Samra trained over 500 teachers on classroom management and health education and advised the Ministries of Health and Education on best practices of implementing a department-wide health education curriculum. She also served on the Volunteer Advocacy Council, acting as a liaison between Peace Corps staff and the 200+ volunteers living across the country.
Samra holds a B.A. in Psychology from Williams College. These days you can find her volunteering for All Hands, Sandy Relief, or offering anything she can to other women of color trying to make their mark.