Ashveena Gajeelee is the Project Manager for the Justice, Health & Democracy Impact Initiative (JHD). Ash is a public policy specialist with experience in policy, leadership development, and global health. Prior to joining the Edmond & Lily Safra Center for Ethics, her work focused on promoting access to medicines in vulnerable populations and building capabilities in organizations to implement reforms. After graduating from the Harvard Kennedy School, Ash was a fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard working on the Global Access in Action project on access to medicines and global public health challenges faced by the world’s most vulnerable populations. Prior to Harvard, she worked in several governmental ministries in her home country of Mauritius, and sub-Saharan countries to implement international norms in the financial services sector. As a Fulbright Humphrey Fellow, she worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston to research the best practice of community development outreach and financial literacy. Her other Harvard affiliations include the Ariadne Labs and the HKS Alumni Board. She has a strong research interest in the application of the adaptive leadership framework in health systems and vulnerable communities. Ashveena is an alumna of Harvard Kennedy School, the Graduate Institute of Geneva and the Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA, France). In her spare time, she loves traveling, discovering new cultures and crafts.