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Aanjalie Collure, Founder, Editor-in-Chief
Aanjalie Collure is a Sri Lankan-Canadian global health and human rights advocate who is passionate about raising sidelined stories and silenced voices. She currently serves as a Senior Associate at Global Health Strategies in New York City, where she develops communications and advocacy strategies to leverage attention and funding for lesser-discussed global health issues. She was previously a Global Health Corps Fellow at IntraHealth International, where she lead advocacy activities to protect health workers in fragile and conflict-affected states. Aanjalie holds a MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Cambridge and a BAH from Queen’s University.| Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org