Anuradha Khanal is Director of Advocacy and one of the founding members of the Global Health Advocacy Incubator. Issues in her portfolio have included road safety and maternal and reproductive health, where she served as the program lead in India, Tanzania, and Thailand. Currently, she leads GHAI’s drowning prevention program in Vietnam. With over a decade of experience in delivering public health programs and policy outcomes through established relationships with governments and public health networks, Khanal is adept in the design and execution of advocacy and communications strategies in low and middle-income countries. Khanal is also the regional director of Southeast Asia programs for the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids overseeing policy work in Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines. Khanal was recognized by the International Project Management Association in 2018 for excellence in project management for her work with the Gorkhaly foundation (Resilience planning and rebuilding efforts of an earthquake affected community in Nepal), a nonprofit where she volunteers as the Vice President of Programs. Khanal is a New York University Alum and a passionate advocate calling for investments and prioritization of sustainability in public health. A native of Nepal, Anu is fluent in Nepali and Hindi.