Anjum Sultana is a policy professional based in Toronto engaged on issues of public health, gender equity and civic engagement. Currently, she serves as the Manager of Policy & Strategic Communications at YWCA Canada, the nation's oldest and largest women's serving organization. Anjum Sultana holds a Masters of Public Health from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. During her graduate studies, Anjum received the Ontario Graduate Scholarship, was accepted into the Public Health Policy Collaborative, and was a Junior Fellow at Massey College. During her graduate studies, she was Executive Co-Director of IMAGINE, the University of Toronto student-run interprofessional clinic and health promotion initiative that provides access to health care services for people without OHIP coverage. Anjum is Founding Advisor with Progress Toronto, a Board Member with the Regent Park Community Health Centre and Completed a Fellowship at the Wellesley Institute.
As a researcher, Anjum has been involved in projects focused on the health impact of social protection policies, mental health, sexual health, employment and working conditions, as well as citizenship and civic engagement. As an advocate and organizer, Anjum has been involved with campaigns focused on the $15 Dollars and Fairness campaign, reversing cuts to refugee health care, and promoting access to health care services to all residents in Ontario.