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Anjanette Davenport Hatter

Harambee Care
Anjanette Davenport Hatter is the Owner/Executive Director of Harambee Care Maternal Infant Health Program, which aims to reduce infant mortality and improve pregnancy health outcomes. She has dedicated her time to eliminate health disparities in her community. Her work as a Healthcare Equity Ambassador at Henry Ford Health System and her role as a member of the Equity Committee with the United States Breastfeeding Committee has enabled her to cultivate change in healthcare and breastfeeding support at a local and national level. She understands how breast-milk decreases the risk factors for developing chronic diseases. As President of Black Mothers’ Breastfeeding Association, she has helped reduce disparities in breastfeeding in African American families thus impacting the infant mortality rate in this population. Mrs. Davenport Hatter has worked extensively with organizations that address risk factors for chronic diseases such as Gift of Life Minority Organ and Tissue Transplant Education Program (MOTTE
Anjanette Davenport Hatter is the Owner/Executive Director of Harambee Care Maternal Infant Health Program, which aims to reduce infant mortality and improve pregnancy health outcomes. She has dedicated her time to eliminate health disparities in her community. Her work as a Healthcare Equity Ambassador at Henry Ford Health System and her role as a member of the Equity Committee with the United States Breastfeeding Committee has enabled her to cultivate change in healthcare and breastfeeding support at a local and national level. She understands how breast-milk decreases the risk factors for developing chronic diseases. As President of Black Mothers' Breastfeeding Association, she has helped reduce disparities in breastfeeding in African American families thus impacting the infant mortality rate in this population. Mrs. Davenport Hatter has worked extensively with organizations that address risk factors for chronic diseases such as Gift of Life Minority Organ and Tissue Transplant Education Program (MOTTEP), National Kidney Foundation of Michigan, Children's Hospital of Michigan and through various health initiatives as a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. As a proven safety advocate, Mrs. Davenport Hatter is a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician. She has spearheaded various initiatives such as volunteering with Children's Hospital Hemodialysis Pediatric Suite, community health fairs focusing on the awareness and prevention of Chronic Kidney Disease, catheter reductions in hemodialysis patients and has organized minority organ donor drives. Mrs. Davenport Hatter has served as a panelist for The Association for Multicultural Affairs in Transplantation and Black Mothers' Breastfeeding Association. She presented nationally at the 2013 National Kidney Foundation Spring Clinical Meeting where she illustrated the social worker's role in improving clinical outcomes in dialysis patients. Her tireless efforts in working to improve health outcomes in her community has led to her nominations for the WEGO Health Activist Award and the National Advisory Council on Maternal, Infant and Fetal Nutrition-Breastfeeding Promotion. Mrs. Davenport Hatter holds a bachelor's degree from Michigan State University and a master's degree in social work from Wayne State University. She is a dedicated wife, mother and social worker.