Amira Abdulhafid serves as a Program Coordinator for Suicide Prevention. She
joined GUIDE in June of 2019. Amira focuses on increasing awareness and
resources for suicide prevention, including evidence-based suicide prevention
trainings, such as QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) and Youth Mental Health
First Aid.

Before joining GUIDE, Amira worked as a workforce administration analyst for
a global logistics company. She also served in the Peace Corps as a Youth
Development Volunteer in Honduras, where she facilitated education and
prevention programs.

Amira is an Atlanta native. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
with a Creative Writing minor at Georgia College & State University. After
returning home from the Peace Corps, Amira earned a Master of Public Health at
Georgia State University. She interned at AID Atlanta where she assisted in
educating the community regarding their sexual health. Amira currently
volunteers for Empowerment Resource Center at their health outreach events.
Amira is passionate about building relationships and sharing knowledge and
education to create a healthier community.

In her free time, Amira enjoys being around her fur babies with a good book,
game nights with friends and is always planning her next travel adventures!

You can reach Amira at 678-377-4134 or