Sinnah Samuella Lamin is a vibrant young lady from Sierra Leone with a passion for education and Global Public Health. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Public Health ( Global Perspective) at the Southern New Hampshire University as a Mastercard Foundation scholar and a Kepler scholar. In 2018, she interned as a Clinic director intern at the Sierra Leone Brewery Limited. She successfully closed a partnership with Denk pharma ( a leading pharmaceutical drug production company) and oversaw all patient care or administrative operations and programs. In 2019, She pursued her interest in education by interning as a leadership and Entrepreneurship intern at Future Leadership Academy in China where she designed a curriculum in Entrepreneurship and Leadership for the Future Leadership Academy. She recently just started her venture Caring for girls which is an organization that works to break menstrual hygiene taboos and empower vulnerable women and girls through quality Menstrual Hygiene solutions, sexual reproductive education, and Entrepreneurial leadership training. She was awarded a 2020 grant fellowship at the Resolution Project. Sinnah loves taking up new challenges and managing projects.