Althea Dellaura Anderson is an intersectional black feminist, artist, and activist-scholar. Her work – rooted in the principles of equity, justice, and interconnectedness – aims to surface complexities, seek truth, and re-imagine liberated futures. Professionally, she serves as a Program Officer in the Global Development and Population Program at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. In this position, Althea cultivates partnerships to support locally designed and led initiatives to expand women’s reproductive choices, economic agency, and social well-being in the African region. She has published and lectured on gender and sexuality, intersectional approaches to the study of inequality, and qualitative research methods. She holds a master’s degree in public health from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and a doctoral degree in sociomedical sciences from Columbia University. Althea maintains joy and wellness through yoga, artistic expression, and close bonds with loved ones.