Here at Ananke, we believe in inclusion and diversity, which is the reason our team consists of brilliant thinkers and change-makers.
Sabin Muzaffar is the driving force behind Ananke, and is currently part of the UN Women Global Champion for Women Economic Empowerment. Her goal is to trigger meaningful debates about inclusiveness and the sustainable economic growth of nations based on fair policies thereby creating equitable communities. Sabin has worked with leading media entities online and off, including Gulf News (UAE), ITP Publishing (UAE), BBVA OPENMIND (US), The Indian Trumpet (UAE), The News International (PAKISTAN), SHE magazine for Women (PAK), SPIDER Internet Magazine (Pak), Tuck Magazine (UK) and many more.
Melanie Bublyk was chosen as an Empower Women Global Champion for Women’s Economic Empowerment 2015/2016 and has also worked as an Empower Women Mentor 2016-2017. In addition to working with Seeds Theatre Group in Papua New Guinea, she is dedicated to advancing Women’s Rights. Melanie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Community Development, and is currently studying for her Masters on Human Rights with Curtin Universities Centre for Human Rights Education in Perth, Western Australia. A passionate human rights activist, Melanie is the heart and soul of Ananke’s Campaigns and Advocacy division.
Claire Dangalan is an experienced writer and editor who has worked for prestigious media groups such as Gulf News and Friday Magazine. Claire, Ananke’s features editor, is a consummate lover of the arts, especially literature. She taught Cultural Anthropology, Sociology, Humanities and Literature back in the Philippines. She currently freelances as a copywriter, ghostwriter, web content writer, blogger, and editor. Her interests, aside from writing, include the environment, health and fitness, culinary arts, social issues / social justice, studies on world view, and “unprofessional photography.”
Muhammad Sajid is an experienced UI/UX specialist consultant, creative director and a life saver looking after all of Ananke’s tech woes.