Dr Anie is a scientist working as a Senior Global Health Research Manager at the National Institute for Health Research, UK. She holds a patent for research carried out at the University of Manchester, UK, in the area of Magnetic Resonance Imaging and for further research performed at the Institute of Neurology, London.
Dr Anie has worked in the area of commissioning and implementing research in resource constraint settings particularly within the Sub-Saharan Africa region. Additionally, she served as Director of the Social Transformations at the Commonwealth Secretariat, UK working across 53 countries and 5 continents and utilising her skills in maximising development impact by leveraging respective country strengths while providing consistency with global consensus.
She has engaged in complex international policy making processes during the crafting of UN declarations, specifically, contributions to UN Political Declaration on Non-Communicable Disease (2011) and UN Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS (2011).
Dr Anie has served on various Advisory Boards and was a member of the Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group on HIV and AIDS, UNAIDS, Geneva. Through her work in global health, she provides technical support to stakeholders, governments and development partners. She continues to work ardently to develop policies and drive reforms to protect marginalised and underserved communities.