Meet Our Team

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D’Jomme Adia
Manager, Work & Learn Center
(713) 929-2350

D’Jomme Adia is the Work and Learn Center Manager. She manages and leads the Work and Learn Center’s operation and program. She earned her Master’s degree from the Graduate College of Social Work at the University of Houston. D’Jomme has over twenty years of experience working in local non-profits in youth development, grant compliance and program management. In her spare time, she enjoys listening to live music, cooking great meals, reading, exercising in spin classes and spending time with her family..

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Hannah Hall
Job Developer
(713) 929-2353

Hannah Hall is the Work and Learn Center Job Developer. She supports students in identifying and taking steps towards their personal and professional goals as well as teaches digital literacy skills. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Houston in Media Studies, where she got to study her two favorite things – movies and TV. She went on to receive her Master’s degree at the UH Graduate College of Social Work, during which she gained experience working at nonprofits like the Society for the Performing Arts and the Children’s Museum of Houston, various local food banks, the Texas Legislature, and several artisanal coffee shops. In her spare time, she can be found – you probably guessed it – catching up on movies and TV.

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Jacob Saenz
Graphic Design Instructor
(713) 929-2352

Jacob Saenz is the Work and Learn Center Graphic Design Instructor. He teaches students Adobe suite programs and design and digital literacy concepts. He graduated from St. Edwards University in Austin, Texas with a Bachelor’s in Graphic Design. He has experience working a variety of jobs from a videographer, to implementing new learning technologies and working at a music label. In his free time, Jacob likes to rock climb and mountain bike as well as relax with friends playing board games or Dungeons and Dragons.

For more information about AAMA's Work and Learn Center email us at workandlearn@aama.org.