Meet The CEO


Anjanette Davenport Hatter is an innovative top executive at Harambee Care, an equity based social work enterprise and Your goodVillage Collective, a nonprofit organization that aims to improve health outcomes.

As a social justice and health equity leader, Anjanette has cultivated change in population health at local and national levels through her efforts at disrupting racism, empowering communities, providing implicit bias education, promoting self care and through field instruction. Her passion for addressing health inequities led to her participation in the Community Innovation Program for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where her leadership resulted in advocacy at the United States Capitol for the reduction of infant mortality in marginalized communities. Through further advocacy efforts, Anjanette provides opportunities for community members to become educated about family safety and first food initiatives. She earned professional certificates from Harvard and the University of South Florida in Strengthening Community Health Workers and Diversity Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace, respectively. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University in Family and Child Ecology and a master’s degree in Social Work from Wayne State University.

Anjanette is a dedicated wife, mother and social worker.

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Anjanette Davenport Hatter, LMSW- Clinical, CLC

Founder and CEO