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Annie Agle

Managing Partner, Development Three

USA

With over 8 years of experience in international development, social innovation, and digital marketing, Annie Agle is an active consultant, frequent speaker, and strategist to companies and foundations championing global and local change. After graduating from Columbia University and receiving the Dolores S. Kreisman Award of Distinction for research on Honor Violence and Gender Violence, Annie launched into a career in humanitarianism. Following a two-year university internship with the Phyllis Chesler Organization, Annie was named Deputy Director and found herself in and out of the Middle East and various conflict theatres. In her role as Deputy Director, Annie was at the forefront of efforts to combat forced marriage, honor killing, terrorism, and gender violence in the Middle East. Her day-to-day role involved implementing policy in high-risk zones, carrying out emotionally challenging case work, communicating on-the-ground realities, and providing high-level consulting guidance to a variety of stakeholders including the United Nations, the American Department of State, USAID, and other organizations. Annie also contributed extensively to the organization’s publications on honor killings, Afghanistan, and policy. In 2012, Gloria Steinem awarded Annie the Veteran Feminists of America Torchbearer Award for her commitment to advancing gender security and parity in the Middle East. With over 8 years of experience in international development, social innovation, and digital marketing, Annie Agle is an active consultant, frequent speaker, and strategist to companies and foundations championing global and local change. After graduating from Columbia University and receiving the Dolores S. Kreisman Award of Distinction for research on Honor Violence and Gender Violence, Annie launched into a career in humanitarianism. Following a two-year university internship with the Phyllis Chesler Organization, Annie was named Deputy Director and found herself in and out of the Middle East and various conflict theatres. In her role as Deputy Director, Annie was at the forefront of efforts to combat forced marriage, honor killing, terrorism, and gender violence in the Middle East. Her day-to-day role involved implementing policy in high-risk zones, carrying out emotionally challenging case work, communicating on-the-ground realities, and providing high-level consulting guidance to a variety of stakeholders including the United Nations, the American Department of State, USAID, and other organizations. Annie also contributed extensively to the organization’s publications on honor killings, Afghanistan, and policy. In 2012, Gloria Steinem awarded Annie the Veteran Feminists of America Torchbearer Award for her commitment to advancing gender security and parity in the Middle East.