Anjali Marie is a health, lifestyle and leadership counselor who works closely with mothers and families as well as people engaged in personal and professional transformation. With training in behavioral science, diverse peer counseling modalities, and holistic wellness, she specializes in effective means to address family and personal struggles. She has supported people in a diversity of contexts and places. From hospices, outpatient health clinics to Fortune 500 company leadership and schools, she has offered crisis management and training in negotiation.
Anjali Marie has a UCSF Masters Degree in Global Health with an emphasis on behavioral health and over a decade of experience in consulting for private and public clients in matters of innovation and human-centered design. She also has managed high-impact projects in international development, behavioral health, and education tech. Previously, she focused on evaluating policy interventions in an effort to improve health, safety and wellness in underserved communities.
She lives in San Francisco and enjoys hiking, healthy cooking, and rapid fire conversation preferably with people who disagree.
The deepest healing is the healing of the deepest wound. The deepest wound is the frustration of the deepest need. The deepest need is the need for meaning, purpose, and hope. - Peter Kreeft