How did the 2thFairy start?
The Robin siblings have always had a close relationship with both their orthodontist and dentist. Through numerous discussions with both professionals, they learned that most people are uninformed of how to maintain proper oral health. Even more so, that many individuals lack access to a dentist not only in the US, but also around the world. Learning this, they realized that the oral health needs of individuals could be improved by providing the necessary tools for maintaining a healthy mouth. This was the original idea behind the 2thFairy and over the past few years they have refined this vision.
President and Co-Founder, Hannah Robin, is a senior at Santa Clara University majoring in Public Health Science and minoring in Biology and Studio Art. She is continuing on the pre-dental track in hopes of getting a dual degree: a masters in Public Health and DDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery). In the past few years, she has traveled to Panama to help with dental health education through Global Medical Brigades, became an RA among juniors and seniors at SCU, interned for a nonprofit providing oral care for those in rural Nepal, and is designing her own educational oral health pilot project. With Hannah’s passion for helping others, the health field and art, she is looking forward to incorporating all of these when she becomes a dentist.
Vice President and Co-founder, Zach Robin is currently enrolled as a freshman at Santa Clara University majoring in Computer Science and pursuing a minor in Studio Art. He previously worked for Bellevue Parent-Teen Mediation, mediating and managing disputes between participants as well as supervising some of the Sammamish High School truancy workshops. Zach has independently developed his graphic and web design abilities to create and design the 2thFairy's online presence. His love of Computer Science and passion for Public Health has led him to begin designing a software application to assist both professionals and individuals in providing aid in rural areas.
We are partnered with Southern Baptist University’s Physical Therapy Global Outreach Program (GHO). Today, we are continuing to send supplies to their program, in hopes of helping the communities they travel to. Looking to become a partner? Contact us!