Fatoumata Diallo joins Clean Air Task Force in 2021 as a Development Assistant. She works to ensure the proper administration of grant applications, execution, and reports as well as accurate and timely tracking of grant activity and deadlines. Fatoumata is a recent grad from The University of Texas at Austin where she studied Health and Society and International Relations/Global Studies with a minor in French. Her interests include women’s and children’s human rights, social justice, and serving and advocating for underserved communities. She is passionate about bringing sustainable, healthy, and sanitary products to women and young girls in underserved communities. She has a background and interests in the nonprofit and social impact sector.
Currently, she serves as co-founder and President of Women’s Relief Initiative, a nonprofit and research team working towards providing immediate menstrual education and resources to women dealing with a lack of access to menstrual products in underserved communities, while also working to develop a marketable and sustainable biodegradable pad. Fatoumata’s life motto is to strive each day towards working to make the world a little better than she found it.