Ana Belén Zelaya

Project Coordinator

Ana Belén Zelaya has over five years of experience working for non-profit organizations across the greater Houston area and has experience in community outreach, health education, and recruitment. She received her Bachelor’s of Arts in Biology from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas and hopes to return to school to receive a Master’s in Public Health where she wants to focus on adolescent health. Issues that interest her include access to healthcare, equity in health, and policy advocacy. Outside of work, Ana Belén enjoys going to local coffee shops, hiking, traveling, and spending time with her family and partner Elliott including their two rescue Pit bulls, Sammie and Hope.

Our Impact

We analyze and disseminate data on teen pregnancy and teen birth. including prevention strategies proven effective globally, nationally and here in the Lone Star State.

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A baby was born to a teen mom once every 21 minutes in Texas 2.5% of in 2018.
2.5% of Texas teens had a baby in 2018
In the last decade the Texas teen birth rate has declined by 56%

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