Ebele Anidi



Senior Consultant



Ebele Anidi has extensive experience in education and health. He has worked with a diverse range of clients to address pressing social challenges related to gender equity, population health, and mitigating barriers to educational success for opportunity youth. Before joining FSG, Ebele served as a middle school math teacher with the Teach for America corps in Chicago. As a 2014 Leadership Fellow, he worked alongside fellow corps members and local community leaders to develop a value-based theory of change to address persistent barriers to quality educational outcomes for children across the city. Ebele has work experience as a consultant with the World Health Organization (WHO). He developed a series of impact stories for the WHO’s Implementation Research Platform and supported the launch of the WHO’s Global Observatory on Health Research & Development. Ebele is interested in the application of systems thinking as a tool for driving meaningful change in the interdependent spheres of health, education, and social justice. Ebele holds a MPSH in Health Systems from Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health and an A.B. in the History of Medicine & Global Healthy Policy from Harvard University.
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