Nana Agyeman most recently taught English as a second language to elementary students in Korea, where she helped design and implement a new approach to teaching. Previously, she worked for the nonprofit Advocates, which supports people facing life challenges. She also participated in AmeriCorps VISTA, volunteering for the nonprofit Seabury Resources for Aging. Prior to that, she was an intern with former Governor Deval Patrick’s Office of Community Affairs, where she played a significant role in implementing the Statewide Youth Council. Nana graduated from Worcester State University with a degree in history. While in college, she served in the student organization as a member, chair, and then president. Through her leadership, the organization formed a stronger coalition with other student organizations, university departments, and community associations.