Anjum Sultana (She/Her) is an award-winning public affairs strategist, sought-after media commentator, accomplished public speaker, and published health equity researcher with expertise in gender equity, public health, and civic engagement. Anjum is the National Director of Public Policy & Strategic Communications at YWCA Canada, the country’s largest and oldest gender equity organization.

Anjum holds a Masters of Public Health from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto and a Certificate in Sustainable Business Strategy from Harvard Business School. At the University of Toronto, she was selected as Junior Fellow at Massey College and also completed the CIHR Collaborative Program in Public Health Policy.

Anjum represented Canada at the 2019 G7 Youth Summit in Paris, France and currently represents Canada as a W20 delegate. She is a member of the Toronto Hub in the Global Shapers community. Anjum is the Founder of Millennial Womxn in Policy, a Founding Advisor with Progress Toronto, a member of several advisory committees and serves as an Executive on the Boards of the Council of Agencies Serving South Asians (CASSA), Regent Park Community Health Centre and Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA).