Anmol (she/her) is a Case Manager with Ashiyanaa, a DC metropolitan area based nonprofit that provides culturally sensitive support services to the South Asian community, particularly survivors of interpersonal violence, and seniors and their caregivers. Prior to that, she worked on the COVID-19 Response Team at the Schenectady County Public Health Department in Schenectady, NY. Anmol received her Master of Global Health from The University of Sydney in 2020 and a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from The University at Albany. Her passion for public health stems from her lived experiences growing up in the South End neighborhood in Albany NY (traditional Mohican lands), a community that experienced food apartheid until very recently. She is particularly passionate about menstrual health, advocating for environmental justice for BIPOC communities, and decolonizing the global health and public health landscape. Anmol currently resides on the traditional lands of the Piscataway people where she enjoys hiking and being outdoors with her pupper, Amli, practicing radical rest, crocheting, and spending time with her many plant babies.