Aanjalie Collure is a global health and human rights advocate from Toronto, Canada. Since joining GHS in 2015, Aanjalie has supported communications activities tied to malaria, tuberculosis, neglected tropical diseases and global health innovation. Aanjalie previously served as a Global Health Corps Fellow at IntraHealth International, where she supported a campaign to protect health workers during war, including coordinating efforts to pass the first UN Security Council resolution condemning attacks against healthcare. She was also a Junior Researcher at the NATO Council of Canada, where she wrote on family planning needs in refugee settings.
Aanjalie is the founder of Autobiography Magazine, a multimedia platform that spotlights overlooked global issues. Her past projects have been featured in The Globe and Mail, Toronto’s Metro News, Global Citizen and Mashable. She was recently recognized as one of Canada’s top youth changemakers by a Signature 150 Initiative.
Aanjalie holds a Master’s in Development Economics from the University of Cambridge and a BAH in Global Development Studies from Queen’s University in Canada.