Anna Crumley-Effinger facilitates work on communications and peacebuilding policy around the UN system. Her recent experience includes supporting community-based peacebuilding projects in Burundi, Kenya, the Solomon Islands, and Zimbabwe. Anna previously worked as the Program Director-Africa for Policy, Public Education and Advocacy with the American Friends Service Committee as well as with the Quaker UN Office-New York. She serves as the board chair for the Clarence and Lilly Pickett Endowment for Quaker Leadership and with the committees for Kväkarhjälpen and the Quaker UN Office-New York. She is a graduate of Earlham College and has a master’s degree in Peace and Conflict Research from Uppsala University, where she was a Rotary Peace Fellow.