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Anne Lieberman

Anne Lieberman joined AJWS in May 2011 as the program associate for Asia. Anne coordinates AJWS’s grantmaking in Asia and manages AJWS’s grants in India’s Tamil Nadu region and Indonesia. Anne returned from Thailand in November 2010 after being awarded a Fulbright to conduct research on women in Muay Thai boxing, Thailand’s national sport. Anne is originally from Pittsburgh, PA and holds a B.A. from Fordham University in African and African American studies and women’s studies.

What Fighting Can Teach You About Philanthropy

Feb 27, 2012  | 

I am the program associate for Asia at AJWS. I am also an amateur Muay Thai fighter. 

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Muay Thai, it is a Thai martial art similar to kickboxing except you can use your knees and elbows to strike.  When I’m training for a fight, I train for two... Read more


3 Things the Philanthropic World Can’t Stop Talking About

Feb 16, 2012  | 

On February 3, 2012 the Yale School of Management held its 7th Annual Conference on Philanthropy: “Beyond Best Practices: Financing and Implementing Social Change.” The conference highlighted discussions that have been ricocheting around the philanthropy sector and there a few we just... Read more

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