Margaret Anadu

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Margaret Anadu "grew up in Lagos, Nigera and at the age of ten moved to Houston, Texas. She graduated from Harvard undergrad where she studied computer science and was involved in a member group called the Coalition Against Sexual Violence. Since graduating she has continued this type of work and is currently a NY State certified rape and domestic violence crisis counselor and volunteers at Beth Israel hospital. As well as women’s issues she also worked on cultural issues at Harvard. She was the senior intern at the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations. Ms. Anadu currently works at Goldman Sachs in the Urban Investment Group. They are a private equity group that invests directly from Goldman Sach’s in projects in distressed/emerging neighborhoods and/or that target low to middle income families. She is also currently sitting on the board of a group called Seneca whose mission is to improve the experience of undergraduate women at Harvard. Margaret joined the board of CVH in September 2006 and is now the co-Treasurer." [1]

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  1. Home, Community Voices Heard, accessed May 18, 2008.