Reena Anthonyraj is a Senior Program Officer at Columbia Global Centers | Mumbai working in the area of Health and Medicine.
Reena is a dentist and public health professional with programmatic experience in health promotion and prevention across different thematic areas such as Population and Family Health, Non-Communicable Diseases, TB and HIV. Prior to joining the Mumbai Center, Reena worked as a strategist and qualitative researcher providing technical support for strengthening health systems and increasing access to health information and services.
Reena holds a Master of Public Health degree from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health in cooperation with the Indian Institute of Health Management and Research. She is the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship for a research fellowship at the University of Montreal, and has presented a research paper on tobacco prevalence and prevention among adolescents in India at INSPQ, Montreal.