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Zenzele Best

Program Coordinator

Zenzele Best is the Program Coordinator for Assembly: Disinformation

Prior to joining the Berkman Klein Center, she worked as a Program Analyst for Initiative for a Competitive Inner City, a Boston-based national non-profit that supports small business growth in economically distressed areas. Most recently, she worked at the United Nations Association of Greater Boston (UNAGB), first as its Conference Operations Manager and later as its Advocacy and Operations Manager. She has also interned for Senator Elizabeth Warren, tutored elementary and middle school students in Brunswick, ME, and served as the Co-Director of the Common Good Grant Program, a student-run community foundation at Bowdoin College. Outside of the office, Zenzele enjoys running (occasionally), reading the news (obsessively), and the Celtics (usually).

Zenzele has a B.A. from Bowdoin College in Government and Legal Studies with a concentration in International Relations and a minor in Sociology.

Projects & Tools

BKC Policy Practice: Digital Pandemic Response

The BKC Policy Practice on Digital Pandemic Response is an interdisciplinary program that works with public and private decision makers on difficult questions around the use of… More


Mar 31, 2020

Assembly Fellows team up to combat disinformation

2020 cohort convenes to launch new projects

2020 cohort convenes to launch new projects More



Inside the Assembly Student Fellowship

Zenzele Best, Program Coordinator for Assembly: Disinformation, offers an inside look at the Assembly Student Fellowship.

Jan 29, 2020