Eliza AnyangweFreelance Writer & Journalist, The Guardian

     

    Eliza Anyangwe is a Cameroon-born, London-based writer, editor and moderator. She joined the Guardian in 2008 as an editorial assistant on the award-winning Katine Project and in 2012, became editor of the Guardian’s Global Development Professionals Network. After going freelance in 2014, Eliza spent a year covering the transition from MDGs to SDGs for the Guardian as well as writing and commissioning for Guardian Opinion, and working as a producer on CNN Africa.

    Today, Eliza continues to write and chair events for the Guardian and a range of other organisations including World Water Week, Ecosoc, the Belgian government, Dell and the ITC. She is the founder of The Nzinga Effect, a digital publication and communications agency focused on African women’s stories; guest lecturer on the international relations and communications programme at IULM in Milan, and a fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts.