Anyango Reggy was raised in Kenya where her family moved during her early infancy. She returned to the United States to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Eastern University; a Master of Arts in International Affairs and Development from Clark Atlanta University; and a Ph.D. in African Studies and Research from Howard University. The focus of her dissertation research was on post-conflict reconstruction and women in Rwanda. For six years, she was the Program Director for International Affairs and the U.S Coordinator for the Youth Leadership and Exchange Program with American Friends Service Committee. In addition, she has taught and developed courses for Howard University, the National University of Rwanda’s Center for Conflict Management, and Monrovia Bible College in Liberia, West Africa. Anyango has also developed leadership training programs for the Leaders for Social Change program at Yale University, Stanford University, and Princeton University. Recently she served as a consultant in Ethiopia for Oxfam International. Currently, she is the Network Coordinator for the US-Africa Network, and a consultant for the Solidarity Center’s Africa Program in Washington D.C. where she conducted research on the use of distance learning among trade unions in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana.