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Zoe Hull, M.P.H.


Director, Maine AHEC Network


UNE North
Portland Campus

Zoe Hull, MPH is the Director of Maine AHEC Network at the Center for Excellence in Public Health. As a public health professional with a passion for health equity and community resilience, Zoe has spent the past eight years working with the AHEC program to support statewide efforts to reduce health disparities. Zoe is also a member of the team working on a grant entitled Partnering to Advance Wabanaki Wellness, which aims to enhance community driven and culture centered care for Wabanaki survivors of sexual assault. Before joining the AHEC team, Zoe was a research assistant and evaluator for Maine’s Youth Suicide Prevention Program, York County’s Drug-Free Communities Support Program, and the Healthy Maine Partnerships Initiative.  

Prior to her work at the University, Zoe served as a case manager at a refugee resettlement agency. During that time, Zoe worked with individuals who had recently arrived as refugees, asylees, and asylum seekers, as well as immigrant survivors of human trafficking. Additionally, Zoe spent several years serving as an advocate at a sexual assault response center. 



University of New England
B.A. Sociology-based Human Relations
Connecticut College

Post-Doctoral Training

Certificate, Holleran Center for Community Action and Public Policy
Connecticut College (New London, Connecticut)

Certificate, Massachusetts Victim Assistance Academy
Massachusetts Office of Victim Assistance (Boston, Massachusetts)