Wyndi Anderson, Senior Director of Programs
Wyndi Anderson is a nationally recognized feminist and social justice advocate who, for over 15 years, has been working to secure human rights and access to health care for some of the most marginalized women in the world.
Through years of work with National Advocates for Pregnant Women, her work focused primarily on securing legal rights and access to appropriate health care for drug-addicted pregnant and parenting women, as well as ensuring that all women have access to a full range of reproductive and drug treatment health care services.
She can't leave out the incredible folks she met and work she was lucky enough to do as a consultant with the International Harm Reduction Development Program of the Open Society Institute where she traveled to Russsia, Ukraine, Kyrgystan and Indonesia.
In the US, she has led efforts to establish state and local initiatives in the southeastern US for the National Network of Abortion Funds, managed an Emergency Contraception campaign in Georgia for NARAL Pro-Choice America, and currently serves as chair on the board of Choice USA.
has been profiled in national publications, such as Ms. magazine
, and she
is frequently sought out for comment by members of the press.
As Senior Director of Programs, Wyndi is responsible for providing leadership, strategic vision and support to the field team, as well as overseeing multiple projects.
also contributes to operational and programmatic strategy and problem solving and development as a member of Provide
's management team.
Born and raised in South Carolina, Wyndi
lives as close to Washington, DC as one can get and still maintain voting rights.
family, friends, pets, and motorcycles to be just the things to keep her
grounded in the midst of the sustained push towards her
vision of justice - where ALL women can access the health care they want and need, without question, harassment or fear.